The theatre was built in the Neo-Renaissance style, according to the plans of Austrian architects Fellner & Helmer. A precious curtain created by Gustav Klimt decorates the interior. Currently, the theatre puts on drama, opera and ballet productions.
F. X. Šalda Theatre, LiberecLiberecGPS
Liberec Culture House is situated in the centre of the City, on Soukenné Square.
Liberec Culture HouseLiberecGPS
Home Credit Arena is one of the most modern multipurpose halls in the Czech Republic. Its design makes it ideal for holding sporting and cultural events, trade fairs and conferences.
Home Credit Arena and Sport Park LiberecLiberecGPS
This cultural centre with its library was established in 2021 and consists of the original historic building with a modern extension very close by. The two buildings are connected by bridges. The name IGI is taken from a famous native son of Vratislavice - Ignaz Ginzkey.
IGI VratislaviceLiberec - Vratislavice nad NisouGPS
The building of the Regional Research Library was built under the patronage of the presidents of the Czech Republic, V. Havel, and Germany, R. Herzog, as The Reconciliation Building.
Liberec Regional Research LibraryLiberecGPS
VRATISLAVICE 101010 Cultural Centre is a multifunctional space suitable for organizing cultural and corporate events. The cultural centre, which thanks to its date of commissioning is sometimes referred to as the folk name “The Ten”, has become the building of the Liberec Region for its original architecture.
VRATISLAVICE Cultural Centre 101010Liberec - Vratislavice nad NisouGPS
Liberec Public Gardens - cultural and community centre is located in the immediate proximity of the Liberec Zoo, in the borough of the same name.
Lidové sady / Cultural and Social Centre Lidové sadyLiberecGPS
Liberec Small Theatre was opened after its reconstruction in 1989 as an independent theatre attached to the F.X. Šalda Theatre. It is located close to the centre, on Zhořelecká Street.
The Liberec Koloseum hosts various cultural and social events, conferences, training sessions, balls, performances, exhibitions, etc.
Liberec KoloseumLiberec 13GPS
The Naive Theatre in Liberec was established in 1949 as one of the first professional puppet theatres in the former Czechoslovakia. It is located in the centre of Liberec, close to the Dr.E. Beneš Square.
Naive Theatre, LiberecLiberecGPS