The Löw-Beer Villa in Brno is the youngest branch of the Museum of the Brno Region. From 1913 to 1939 it was owned by Alfred Löw-Beer, Jewish industrialist and trader in textiles, who gave his daughter Greta part of the plot of land at the end of the 1920s, where she and her husband Fritz Tugendhat had a house built between 1929 and 1930 – today the world-famous Villa Tugendhat

The restored Löw-Beer Villa houses a permanent exhibition entitled The World of the Brno Bourgeoisie Around the Löw-Beers and Tugendhats. There is a public library. The exposition is complemented by temporary exhibitions at the Celnice Gallery (Customs House). Visitors can enjoy refreshments in the Celnice Café.

About the future of the public baths in Brno-Zábrdovice

Tuesday, 09 January 2018

Until 28th January 2018, the Celnice Gallery hosts the exhibition called The New Old Public Baths, which presents the Bachelor's Theses of the students of Brno University of Technology. Students of architecture dealt with the reconstruction and use of the former public baths in Brno-Zábrdovice.

The baths were built in the early 1930s according to the design of the famous architect Bohuslav Fuchs. The entire complex is composed of two open courtyards covering an area of ​​23.000 m2, divided into summer and winter baths.


New book about textile industrialists in Brno

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

A new book called Exploring the History of the Textile Industrialists in Brno: Löw-Beer / Stiassni / Tugendhat was last week published by the Museum of the Brno Region. The book will be also published in English and German before the end of this year.

A team composed of experts working in three villas of mentioned industrialists was led by the eminent historian of the Löw-Beer Villa Jaromír Hanák. The book's graphic design was created by Veronika Bracková and her colleagues.


The Löw-Beer Villa in the new edition of USE-IT Brno map

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

The new edition of USE-IT Brno maps is here and it also includes the Löw-Beer Villa as a point of interest number 47 named Villa 1.0. The map mentions a short history of the Villa, points out free entry to the garden and commends our café.

USE-IT maps are non-commercial, made by young locals. They are always free and up-to-date. Nowadays, these maps provide information for young travellers in almost 40 European cities – and one of them is Brno.


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