Šumperk Museum

Šumperk Museum is the largest centre of national heritage in Šumperk due to the extent of both the collection and the show rooms. It's also the residence of the company head office, social and natural science workplaces, an editorship of Severní Morava magazine and an information office.


Hunting – Forestry Museum in Úsov

Hunting - Forestry Museum is a unique historical museum, the only one of its kind in central Europe. It presents hunting and natural collections in an original Liechtenstein installation from the turn of 19 and 20 century. Exhibits are in an unaltered condition and are over one hundred years old. The museum is situated in what was Úsov castle.


Zábřeh Museum

The House under the Arcade (Dům pod podloubím), in which the Zábřeh museum has been situated since October 24th 1998, is one of the most valuable examples of the development of the Burgher house in North Moravia.


Mohelnice Museum

The museum is situated in the old rectory building. Its origins date back to the second half of the 13th century and was probably a part of the now defunct, Mohelnice castle.


Adolfa Kašpara Memorial in Loštice

The Adolf Kašpar Memorial in Loštice is situated in the house where the important Czech illustrator, 'Adolf Kašpar' and his family used to spend summers from 1911 to 1932. Adolf Kašpar was a native of Bludov.