The Houses of Nature
The White Carpathian House of Nature
Being prepared is a project of a modern visitors centre for the White Carpathians (Bílé Karpaty) Protected Landscape Area and the adjacent Morava River valley.
The Bílé Karpaty House of Nature will be built in the town of Veselí nad Moravou, south-east Czech Republic.
The Blanik House of Nature
Not far from Krasovice, at the foot of the legendary Velký Blaník mountain, you can find the Blaník House of Nature. It presents to visitors the nature of the Blaník Protected Landscape Area and the national geopark called The Region of the Knights of Blaník, together with Blaník’s famous legend of the army of knights who sleep inside the Blaník mountain and only wake up when a threat to the nation occures.
The Cesky les House of Nature
Welcome to the Český les Protected Landscape Area, to a border forest whose eventful history has given rise to a distinctive type of landscape. The mostly forested area with its extensive original beech woods is accompanied by a rich variety of pastures, meadows, peat bogs, brooks, unsown fields and relics of former settlement, complementing the unique atmosphere of the place. Come to see sites where nature, peace and silence have taken over once again.
The Bohemian Paradise House of Nature
The Český ráj (Bohemian Paradise) House of Nature is located in a former school building in Dolánky, near the town of Turnov. It features an interactive exhibition focusing on presenting this unique and oldest protected landscape area in the country through sensory perception and aims to inspire visitors to respect the nature not only in this unique area.
The Litovelske Pomoravi House of Nature
Visit the unique open-air gallery in Horka nad Moravou. The buildings and installations serve as places to come into contact with nature and other people and they are open for your experience. The spaces in the open-air gallery were designed by famous Czech artists such as František Skála and Miloš Šejn. The open-air gallery is a natural gateway to the nature of the Litovelské Pomoraví region
The Moravian Karst House of Nature
Welcome to the Moravian Karst (Moravský kras) Protected Landscape Area, a remarkable world of white Devonian limestone, which has been eroded over millions of years by rain and water from rivers and brooks to form an aquatic underworld region. Welcome to this area of thousands of caves, huge underground domes with rich dripstone decoration, mysterious brooks which disappear in the rock, shaded karst canyons and sunlit plains dominated by Macocha, the queen of abysses. Welcome to the land whose soil is full of ancient bones and shards, the evidence of ancient life, to the land where not so long ago the iron was still being smelted and the sound of hammering was ringing through the valleys.
The Poodri House of Nature
The landscape of the Poodri (‘River Odra’) region was formed by two powerful elements, water and man. Over the course of centuries man learned to manage the alluvial plain and to respect the water element. The result of this co-existence is a harmonious river landscape, characterised by large meadows, lakes and scattered greenery where rare and typical species of plants and animals find their home.
The Slavkovsky les House of Nature
The visitors’ centre of the Slavkovsky les House of Nature in Kladska presents the natural and cultural points of interest and values of the Slavkovsky les Protected Landscape Area. This is a joint project implemented by Lesy CR (State Forest Enterprise) and the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic.
The Trebonsko House of Nature
The visitors’ centre of the Třeboňsko protected landscape area and biospheric reserve offers information about the nature, educational trails and tourist points of interest of the Třebonsko region.
The permanent exhibition entitled “Landscape and People” offers a unique view of the history of the Třebonsko nature and landscape as well as learning and adventure activities for children and adults.
The Broumovsko House of Nature
The Broumovsko House of Nature is being built in the Broumovsko Protected Landscape Area in Dolni Adrspach and will be a public space that brings together ideas and facts related in time and space to the local nature and landscape, the area of sandstone rock cities and canyons, forests and open landscape with its little towns and villages and their unique Baroque and folk architecture.
The Czech Karst House of Nature
This visitors’ centre in the Cesky kras Protected Landscape Area is to be built near Konepruske Caves, in a geologically remarkable area of the ‘Kotyz and Zlaty kun’ national natural monument above the Certovy schody quarry.
The Luzicke hory House of Nature
The Luzicke Mountains House of Nature is being built in the Luzicke Mountains Protected Landscape Area, in Horni Svetla, and will become a public space introducing visitors to this landscape of conical hills with rocky peaks, seas of rocks and beech woods and the traditional folk architecture of timbered houses. The House of Nature will be connected to a new educational trail to Luz, the highest peak of the Luzicke Mountains and Zitavske Mountains.
Dům přírody Pálavy
V Dolních Věstonicích vzniká ve spolupráci Regionálního muzea v Mikulově a Agentury ochrany přírody a krajiny České republiky nové návštěvnické středisko chráněné krajinné oblasti Pálava "Dům přírody Pálavy".
The Zdarske vrchy House of Nature
The Zdarske vrchy House of Nature is still under construction. However, Zdarske vrchy and the PLA always offer a picturesque landscape with many tourist trails, educational trails and points of interest.
Zdarske vrchy and the Protected Landscape Area can be seen as one of the last untouched regions of quiet and clean nature in the heart of the Czech Republic. It is the source area for several Czech and Moravian rivers and a fishpond region, and has been declared a protected area for the accumulation of natural waters.