Do you know a group
interested in touring
our facility?

Call Museum Director
Betty Hosticka
Marie Hibler
Museum & Gift Shop
A recent project completed in 2005 was the transformation of one of the rooms
on the main floor of Bohemian National Hall to house  the history, cultural artifacts and
traditions of the original Czech community in the Cleveland area.
The museum pays tribute to the memory and dedication of those who built
Bohemian National Hall and celebrates the heritage passed down to decendants.
Photographs and documentation of early events associated with the Hall and the
Sokol organization are prominently displayed.  

Several displays of folk costumes are part of the museum's collection, as well as
Czech crystal, pottery, glassware, toys, books, paintings, photographs and other
items.  On display also are several vintage marionettes for which the Czechs
have a long history of marionette theatre dating back to the 1700's.  

Some vintage items along with many newer items representing Czech heritage
are sold in the gift shop area.  The Czech Republic is known for its high-quality
garnets and you'll  find a selection of garnets in a variety of contemporary or
classic settings available for purchase.
Czech Cultural Center Museum & Gift Shop
Open every Saturday 10 am to 2 pm
Also during scheduled dinners and events

For more information or tours:
Call 216-883-0675,  press 2
or email

Historian & Museum Director
Betty Hosticka

Tomas G Masaryk
Statue Dedication
click here

Now Sold at
the Museum
Gift Shop

Cook & Bake
like the
Sokol BNH

'Czech' out Garnets & crystal
from the Czech Republic

available for purchase
in the Museum

Czech  Marionettes
on Display
July &