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International Festival of F. Chopin, Municipal Theater of Mariánské Lázně, West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra, ...


International Festival of F. Chopin

A cultural event of international importance. A weekly festival of chamber and symphonic music combined with a rich accompanying program. Every two years, the festival includes an international piano competition for young talents. The F. Chopin Festival is the largest and most important festival of its kind in Europe. More information at

Mariánské Lázně Municipal Theater

The theater building itself, built in Art Nouveau style, is worth seeing. In addition to theater performances, concerts of classical music, operetta and musical melodies are on the program. The Municipal Theater offers performances in Czech and German. The theater gallery, open during theater performances, offers exhibitions by renowned authors.

West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra

Mariánské Lázně is home to the West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra, which has a very long tradition in the city. In addition to symphonic music, the orchestra also focuses on opera and operetta music. During the spa season, regular promenade concerts are organized for spa guests of Mariánské Lázně. The West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra cooperates with top musicians and music ensembles from the Czech Republic and abroad. More information at

City Museum

The museum is located in the oldest house of the spa center, built in 1818. Johann Wolfgang Goethe was also a guest in the house during one of his stays in Mariánské Lázně. In the museum, we can admire the reconstruction of the rooms where Goethe stayed. Furthermore, the exposition is mainly focused on the realities of the Mariánská Lázeň region with an emphasis on the use of spa springs.


Evening performances, performances for children. Films only in the Czech version.

Galleries and exhibitions

Permanent and temporary exhibitions in the City Museum and other exhibition rooms, including hotel premises.

Music clubs - live concerts

Na Rampě music club organizes regular live concerts. More information at

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