Museum Obchodu @ Cesky Krumlov


Cesky Krumlov Czech Republic

The Trade Museum ( or C. K. Kupecký krám a Muzeum Ochodu) in Cesky Krumlov is a tiny museum that entails a history of trade, showcasing items from the 19th century. I thought it was a boutique store selling some vintage stuff at first because I didn’t see the museum sign.  I only realized that it was museum when I saw most of the things were displayed with a glass shield.


A 19th century grocery store probably looks like this.


The three exhibition themes in the museum include : Advertising Materials,


2.  Antique Cash Registers,

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and 3. Containers & Packaging.  The containers were commonly used in grocery stores back then for goods batching.


I spotted the Nivea Creme containers and thought that its present logo didn’t vary too much from its predecessor.

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The museum is really small it probably won’t take you more than 10 minutes to look around, but I enjoyed checking it out.

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More Information
Museum Obchodu Official Website
Entrance Fee : Free
Address : Near the vicinity of the old town square.



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