Litomyšl Town Gallery
Smetanovo nám. 110
The House of the Knights
570 01 Litomyšl

T: + 420 461 614 765
+420 727 940 905 (weekend)

FB: Městská galerie Litomyšl

VAT number: 00371718 (we are not a VAT payer)

Bank account number: 3451042/0300
IBAN: CZ170300 0000 0000 03451042
The organization is registered in the Commercial Register at the Regional Court in Hradec Králové (file number: Pr 1172)
Mailbox: jcbc9px

Mgr. Martina Zuzaňáková

+420 602 332 354

Mgr. Jana Kosková

+420 733 680 951


Bc. Lenka Rothscheinová

+420 737 633 150


Bc. Tereza Kejvalová
gallery assistant

+420 725 957 227


Bc. Václav Novák

+420 720 972 258


Stanislav Vosyka
curator of the collection fund

+420 601 583 350


Renata Melšová

+420 727 940 905


Carla Schülke
ASF volunteer in the Czech Republic

The House of the Knights

The Municipal Art Gallery of Litomyšl is located in the ancient House of the Knights, which is one of the oldest and highly-prized town buildings. Thanks to its well-preserved original decoration of the facade and part of the interior, the house ranks among the jewels of Renaissance urban architecture in Bohemia.

The Town Picture Gallery

The Town Picture Gallery is currently closed due to the reconstruction of the castle. You can read about its history, which is inherently linked to the existence of the Litomyšl Town Gallery, in the following text. The Litomyšl Town Gallery has a history of almost a century, during which it has changed its founder and its headquarters several times. The Towh PIcture Gallery located in the castle was its first exhibition hall.




The main purpose and object of our activity is derived from the Charter of Incorporation:

“… In accordance with Act No. 122/2000 Coll. on the protection of museum collections The Litomyšl Town Gallery creates, manages, processes, treats, protects and safely preserves collections of material documents on the history of society and culture, especially works of art, and other documentation as sources of knowledge. Through the creation of exhibitions, publications, lectures and programmes, it introduces the public to contemporary and past visual arts and to the knowledge gained through its professional activities…” (Article 2 of the Gallery’s Charter)

Full text of the Charter of Incorporation

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