Adolf Heyduk Memorial
The neo-renaissance house in Tyršova Street in Písek was designed for the poet Adolf Heyduk in 1900. His family had been living there for over two decades. In her will, Mrs. Emilie left the property to the local museum. The ‘Otava Nightingale’ Memorial was opened in 1937. Now modernised, it has been open to the public since 2007. For example, you can visit the poet's study, dining room and social room, all decorated in fashionable Art Nouveau.
open: III-XII Tue-Sat 9-12, 13-17 h
Tyršova 438, 397 01 Písek
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