Kozlovice Primary School

The historic building of the primary school in Kozlovice near Frýdek-Místek will give you an insight into not only a living open-air museum of the former local school, which the exhibition is dedicated to, but also the world of the Wallachian dukes. You will also learn something about the history of this picturesque village and about sacred art.

Information for visitors

Adress: Areál Fojtství v Kozlovicích a Obecná škola, Kozlovice
GPS: 49.59269610, 18.25590250
Kozlovice Primary School map

Interesting facts Kozlovice Primary School

The building of the former bailiff's office can be found right in the center of Kozlovice. You can visit the place throughout the year except Mondays and at designated opening hours. A symbolic entrance fee is paid here.

Primary school exposition

Thanks to the exposition of the construction of the Kozlovice bailiff's office, you can look back to the times when it was taught here, go back a few years and marvel at the full and authentic equipment of the Austro-Hungarian small class. You can see the apartment and the cabinet of the manager, period school supplies, paintings by Comenius and the textbook of the time. The first trivial school was established here in 1785 and teaching, counting and religion were taught here. The school was later relocated and this building served as a bailiff's office, which, however, fell into disrepair over the years.

Other expositions

The reconstructed bailiff's office will also allow you to see a wide and valuable collection of sacred art, an exhibition focused on the history of Kozlovice and the relationship of the composer Leoš Janáček to this very place.

Wallachian brewery

The original farm buildings in Kozlovice were used to build a stylish Wallachian brewery, where great yeast beer has been brewed since 2008. In the stylish interior you can have something good to eat and at the same time admire the collection of old jugs, period pigeons and historical apprenticeships of local brewers. Everything blends perfectly and creates a perfect atmosphere, reminiscent of the time of the First Republic.


Author: Andrea Štyndlová