Italian Court


medieval mint and the seat of Czech kings

visit the Italian Court
a national cultural heritage

our guides will show you around
the Royal Mint and the Royal castle

Welcome to Italian court, former royal mint and palace

Current look of the building is the result of a reconstruction that took place in years 1893-1898 led by architect Ludvík Lábler, and consequently an expensive reconstruction done by the town of Kutná Hora in years 2017-2021 which was co-financed from the European Union’s structural funds and the state’s budget.

Apart from the seat of Kutná Hora’s town hall and the town’s leadership the premises also hold an exposition which brings visitors closer to the rich history of the former silver mining town, with representative spaces serving both the municipality as well as local citizens and visitors of the national cultural monument. In Italian court you will see the ageless and sacred coin in the Royal Mint exposition. The mint was founded by Wenceslaus II. whose chamber you will find made up as a film set one floor up along with other chambers of the Royal Palace. You can also experience an eerie surprise in the basement where you will discover the Mystery of the Lost Treasure. In the corridors you will be met by both long gone and recent important figures and celebrities od Kutná Hora’s past and learn about the municipality’s history.

A wide range of souvenirs can be purchased at the ticket office. Especially both hand and machine embossed coins which are copies of medieval coins made at Italian court (Prague groshen, parvus, thaler and others). We offer publications about Italian court, ceramics and glass embellished with the theme of Kutná Hora, tourist stamps and other collectibles.

You can enjoy our delicious SWAN brand coffee and drink it in peace in our visitor centre. Another part of our exposition called World of Kutná Hora Flyover can be found there and it is meant especially for curious explorers or as a relaxing point between our guided tours.

Please come in, we look forward to each of you.




Royal Mint


Royal Palace

Tour 4

Italian Court




Children up to 6 years old and disabled are free of charge
Children (6 < 15 years old), students (16 < 26 years old), seniors ( > 65 years old) and teachers and profesors with ITIC card pay a reduced entrance fee
The group of two adults and two children pay a family admission

FOREIGN LANGUAGE TOURGuideBasic priceReduced priceFamily ticket
Tour 1: The Mystery Of The Lost Silver /cellar/no50 CZK30 CZK100 CZK
Tour 2: The Royal Mintno120 CZK90 CZK280 CZK
Tour 3: The Royal Palace /Audience hall, Chappel and film´s chambers/yes190 CZK150 CZK500 CZK
Tour 4: Italian Court /Tours 1+2+3/yes300 CZK250 CZK750 CZK
Experience: Stamp your own Prague groschen without the touryes60 CZK50 CZK
Storytour: Walk through the thistorical city with a tour-guideyes200 CZK150 CZK600 CZK
"MUZEUM B" more information on website priceReduced price
Museum of local legends and ghostsno100 CZK70 CZK



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EXPERIENCE: Make your own coin

A demonstration of a historical technique of embossing coins. Find out with your own hands how tough the preger’s job was and visit a part of a fun tour of the Royal Mint of Italian court. Have a photo taken in the preger’s garments and be careful: If you don’t strike off your own thumb you will become a medieval expert with your own hand-embossed coin and a certificate.

The price is 60 CZK per person. Reservation necessary by phone or email.
/The price includes tour-guiding services, coin embossing experience, certificate, gift card with semi-finished coin and your own Prague groshen/

TOURS outside of the operating hours

At your request we provide tours of Italian court with a costumed guide, as well as a demonstration of coin embossing outside of normal operating hours. This service needs to be booked at least one week ahead.

Price is uniform 450 CZK/person at minimum occupancy 10 people.
With a smaller number of people in the group, a single
price of 4000 CZK for the whole group.