The Coal Mill and The Boiler House are not just freely accessible. The Boiler House is an event space, designed for rentals and operates under a specific ordering regime for events. The Coal Mill and his Arto.to contemporary art gallery is open to the public, but visitors must first go through the booking system. See below for more information.
From Wednesday to Sunday, always from 14h to 18h. We ask visitors to have a ticket from the GoOut pre-sale before visiting. If you order your ticket in advance, you are guaranteed to be here, if not, it is quite likely that you will not be able to see the exhibition. Thank you for respecting the terms and conditions and we look forward to hearing from you!
CZK 150 per person.
Use our "EXHIBITION TICKETS" links to access the GoOut online presale. Plan your trip here in advance! The weekend presale closes on Friday at 2pm. After that, you won't be able to buy tickets for the next weekend, but only for the following weekend or weekdays. On weekdays the pre-sale closes daily at 2 pm.
The exhibition programme is on our website, www.arto.to or on FB Uhelný mlýn and FB arto.to.
Look on the calendar for dates and a link to GoOut. Group visits of 10 or more on dates other than those listed should be booked in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will confirm the date and time of your visit.
It depends on your luck. Online presales help us to keep a good track of irregular individual attendance. If you order your ticket in advance, you are guaranteed to be there, if you don't, it's quite likely you won't make it to the show. Thank you for respecting the terms and conditions and we look forward to your long-term goodwill!
During the gallery's opening hours, there is a pop-up café with excellent coffee and, in the summer, coal ice cream.
Because the Coal Mill and Boiler House are private buildings and their operation is specific. The arto.to gallery with its cultural programme is open to the general public, but we need to know about your visit in advance. The reward for your respect for the set operation of the place is an individual approach. That's why. Thank you so much!