An exhibition about the life and work of J. A. Komenský in the city hall emphasises his stay in the city with Karel Starší from Žerotín (1622-162) and works made here, including but not limited to the Labyrint světa a ráj srdce (in English: Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart).
Continuously updated exhibition dedicated to J. A. Komenský in the former premises of the Unity of Brethren.
An exhibition in a building of the former Church of Czech Brethren where J. A. Komenský lived and worked. AV programme introduces his life and work of a teacher, priest, writer and cartographer.
A permanent exhibition dedicated to J. A. Komenský and the history of his alleged birthplace in a preserved granary from the 18th century.
J. A. Komenský memorial in the château in the remembrance of the last months that he spent in the homeland (November 1627- February 1628). A reminder of other literary personalities connected with the town.
The memorial hall in a villa built on the site of a former château where J. A. Komenský found refuge in 1626-28 before going to exile.
An exhibition dedicated to pedagogy and the history of Czech education system. The library has been gathering literature about the life and work of J. A. Komenský since 1919.
An exhibition consisting of audiovisual programmes with interactive elements created under the patronage of UNESCO is focused on Komenský, his era and legacy to today.
An exhibition of given authors; A. Waldau, his real name Josef Jarosch, helped to introduce Czech culture and literature in German environment, for which he was highly praised by the Czech society.