The museum in Netvořice was established as a municipal museum in 1919 with the support of the municipal authority and the Club of Natives of Netvořice and the surrounding areas. It originally occupied the house no. 7 but in 1924 moved into its own building which has remained its seat. It houses a remarkable collection of Týnec earthenware and a collection of objects of applied arts and the folk culture – coins, medals, plaques and badges.
FAMILY MUSEUM OF ENAMEL Various enamel ware accompanies people in their lives since the mid 19th century. In our museum, you can find the daily-used objects as well as curiosities. The collection features samples of the majority of the Austrian-Hungarian and later Czechoslovak enamel factories. We are open when we are at home. Call us to check up whether we are at home.
The Motorcycle and Technical Museum Netvorice is dedicated mainly to motorcycles (120 machines) but also displays cars, three-wheelers, wheelchairs, motorcycles with sidecars, special fixed engines, the current production of the JAWA motorcycle maker, historical tractors and other historical pieces with a technical value.
Private riding school in beautiful natural surroundings offers all-year-round week-long or weekend relaxation stays with horse riding training. Advanced riders may enjoy one- or two-day horseback tours of the Sázava riverside.
The hotel is part of the Statek Všetice Farm, a complex that also boasts an indoor riding hall with a 55 x 21 metre sand riding-ménage and heated stands for spectators. The hotel offers 42 beds in 20 double to four-bed stylish rooms and apartments. Extra beds can increase the capacity up to 61 people.