It was built from an original Benedictine monastery and during the 16th century it was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau. Today, you can visit 4 attractive exhibitions that present, for example, the beautiful architecture of the original monastery or the history of the ruling families.
The town tower was built in the 14th century and is a dominant feature of the town. It is located on the square and is part of the church of St. Martin. From the gallery, which is 35m above the ground, you will have a beautiful view of the city and the surrounding area.
Aqupark is a modern sports and relaxation centre. It offers a swimming pool, a water park with water attractions and a pleasant wellness centre with saunas, hot tubs and a relaxation bar. The Aquapark is the ideal place to relax and unwind.
Alternátor offers exhibitions focused on energy and technology. The centre includes interactive models where you can test how much energy it takes to light a light bulb. The Alternátor is unique in that it is located in a renovated building of the original shoe factory of the Bata company..
The Jewish Quarter is full of galleries, art and souvenir shops. Take the opportunity to bring back an original gift from Trebic. For yourself or your friends!
Antonín Kalina, a native of Třebíč, a shoe worker and communist of the First Republic, whose heroism saved at least 900 Jewish children imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp during World War II.
The windmill was built for a tannery factory in the 19th century. Now you can visit the exhibition on leather processing and the apartment of poor residents of Třebíč.