In addition to standard commented tours, we offer various educational programmes in the autumn months of 2020, which present the villa, its architect and owners to pupils and students, with a presentation whose content and form takes the age of the audience into consideration. Young visitors are encouraged to actively perceive and to authentically express their views according to the specific programme. It is an appropriate extension of art education, history, civic education, natural history as well as Czech language and literature at primary schools and the equivalent of these subjects at schools of a higher level.

Through object-focused learning, pupils and students are encouraged in critical thinking and also considering the Villa Tugendhat and its creator in domestic and international cultural and historical contexts. The instructor tries to present this significant work of architecture to pupils and students from different perspectives, depending on the particular type of programme selected in advance by their teacher.

These educational programmes were devised by Mgr. Alice Křížová Stuchlíková, Ph.D. and they are presented by the author together with Bc. Ludmila Haasová and Bc. Barbora Slivová.

The events are recorded in both audio and video formats for purposes of popularization, education and research. 


You can download a poster here.

The programme can be downloaded here.



I. Kindergartens and Primary Schools:

a) VillaTugendhat Architecture – "Less Is More"

b) Bauhaus and design in Villa Tugendhat – "God Is in the Detail"

c) The interplay between architecture and nature in Villa Tugendhat

d) Villa Tugendhat as an example of modern luxury housing

e) Guided tour with activity sheets for kindergarten or primary school

f) Against the flow of time in Villa Tugendhat

g) Villa Tugendhat in a fairy tale / novel


II. Secondary schools, colleges and universities:

a) Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – architect and director of the Bauhaus school of art

b) The Tugendhat family – a story of one of Brno’s Jewish families

c) Nature and its place in architecture – in Villa Tugendhat and elsewhere

d) Villa Tugendhat as a textbook of modern architecture

e) Guided tour with activity sheets for secondary schools

f) History comes alive at Villa Tugendhat

g) Become a poet of space and structures, an architect of a story




Wednesday 2 September – occupied
Wednesday 23 September – occupied
Thursday 24 September – occupied 
Tuesday 29 September – occupied
Wednesday 30 September – occupied


Wednesday 7 October – canceled
Thursday 8 October – occupied
Tuesday 13 October – occupied
Wednesday 14 October – canceled
Tuesday 20 October – occupied
Wednesday 21 October – occupied
Thursday 22 October – occupied


Wednesday 4 November – occupied
Thursday 5 November – occupied
Tuesday 10 November – occupied
Wednesday 11 November – occupied
Thursday 12 November – occupied
Wednesday 18 November – occupied
Thursday 19 November – occupied
Wednesday 25 November – occupied
Thursday 26 November – occupied


Tuesday 1 December – occupied
Wednesday 2 December – occupied
Thursday 3 December – occupied 
Wednesday 9 December – occupied
Thursday 10 December – occupied
Tuesday 15 December – occupied
Wednesday 16 December – occupied 
Thursday 17 December – occupied 

Always starting at 8.00 a.m.




Pupils and students pay CZK 100,-, teachers (max. 2 people) enter free of charge. For safety reasons, the number of 25 pupils / students must not be exceeded.

To book a specific date, write an e-mail containing the following information: date; program type; name of the school (street and city); class and number of pupils (max. 25); phone and email of the teacher.

If you wish to receive information about our educational programmes, send the name of the school and the teacher’s e-mail address to



Bc. Ludmila Haasová



Bc. Ludmila Haasová

Mgr. Alice Křížová Stuchlíková, Ph.D.

Bc. Barbora Slivová 


The event takes place as part of the activities of the Villa Tugendhat Study and Documentation Centre. 

 The activity sheets resulted from a project by students of Gallery Pedagogy and Presentation  of Art at the Department of Art of the Faculty of Education of Masaryk University in the spring semester of 2014 (taught by Alice Stuchlíková) and they are an output of a project titled „The Educational Role of the National Heritage Institute: Education as a Key Tool to Improve the Care of Cultural Heritage of the Czech Republic (DF12P01OOV014).

Materials for both educational programmes focused i.a. on the German Bauhaus art school were prepared in cooperation with students of the Art History Seminar of the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno in the spring semester of 2019 (also taught by A. Křížová Stuchlíková).