The Czech Republic is considered to be one of the leading countries in the area of cultural heritage. As many as ten important historical and cultural monuments and have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List:
- The historical centres of Český Krumlov, Kutná Hora, Praha and Telč
- The pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk in Zelená Hora near Žďár nad Sázavou
- The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape in South Moravia
- The Kroměříž Castle and Garden
- The village of Holašovice in South Bohemia
- The Litomyšl Castle
- The Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc.
In addition, the Czech Republic offers over 42,000 castles and chateaus, churches and chapels, palaces and burgher houses, vernacular buildings, and protected industrial structures.
Carlsbad Regional Museum
This museum features the history and nature of Carlsbad - geology, animated nature, balneology, tin and gunsmith manufacturing, porcelain, and glass.
Jan Becher Museum
Guests can take a 90-minute guided tour of the museum and learn information about company history, visit the cellars, and taste the world-famous liqueur called "the 13th curative spring of Carlsbad."
Moser Glassmaking Museum
Visit the glassworks factory and museum famous for manual crystal glass manufacturing.
Golden Key Museum
This permanent display features the world of colonnades, an exhibition of the art nouveau paintings of Carlsbad collection from 1894 - 1896 by the Viennese artist Wilhelm Gause.