The interiors include the pilgrimage Church of St. Prokop (if there is a service in the church then no commentary is provided, but visitors can explore the church quietly by themselves) and the former convent of the monastery. You will examine the cloister in it with uncovered frescoes, the refectory and chapter hall and you will also encounter a number of medieval manuscripts. Visitors are acquainted with the great story of St. Prokop and the millennial history of the monastery, and many accompanying smaller stories and attractions via archaeological exhibits and photographic archaeological surveys.
The monastery courtyard and garden will be closed until March 27, 2020. We look forward to seeing you again from Saturday, March 28, 2020.