• City Gallery of Contemporary Art

PLATO

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Visit

◊ PLATO
(former slaughterhouse)
Porážková 26
702 00 Ostrava

Hours
Mon closed
Tue 10 am–6 pm
Wed 10 am–8 pm
Thu 10 am–6 pm
Fri 10 am–6 pm
Sat 10 am–6 pm
Sun 10 am–6 pm

Opening hours are the same for the cafe and salad sales.

Contact
Gallery:
+420 702 206 099
Cafe and Hydroponic Farm:
+420 774 979 000

 

∆ PLATO Bauhaus
(former hobbystore)
Janáčkova 22
702 00 Ostrava

Hours
Mon 11 am–6 pm
Tue 11 am–6 pm
Wed 11 am–6 pm
Thu 11 am–8 pm
Fri 11 am–6 pm
Sat 11 am–6 pm
Sun closed

Opening hours are the same for the library, bookstore, materials library, and bistro.

Contact
Gallery:
+420 720 945 567
Bistro:
+420 776 684 273


 

Tickets

When visiting exhibitions, you have the opportunity to choose from three admission types:

Fan: 1 CZK
Supporter: 30 CZK
Love: 100 CZK

The purchased ticket is valid in both buildings on the same day. If you only go to the café in PLATO or the bistro in PLATO Bauhaus, you do not pay the entrance fee. The entrance to both buildings is barrier-free.


 

+420 702 206 099
info@plato-ostrava.cz
plato-ostrava.cz

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Both buildings are 70m apart.

Easy to get here

Shared bikes: stand at PLATO Bauhaus


Tram: stop at Stodolní
Bus: stop at Konzervatoř
Car: parking lot in front of PLATO Bauhaus, free on weekends

 
 

Opening hours during the holidays:

1/1/2022 New Year – open
15/4 Good Friday – open
17/4 Easter Sunday – open
18/4 Easter Monday – closed
1/5 Labour Day – open
8/5 Liberation Day – open
5/7 St. Cyril and Methodius Day – open
6/7 Jan Hus Day – open
28/9 Day of the Czech Statehood – open
28/10 Foundation of Independendent Czechoslovak State – open
17/11 Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day – open
24/12 Christmas Eve – closed
25/12 Christmas Day – closed
26/12 St. Stephen's Day – closed 31/12 New Year's Eve – open
1/1/2023 New Year – open

The gallery will be exceptionally closed:

5/2, 6/2, 5/6, 5/7–10/7 and on days when PLATO will move to its new premises. We update this info regularly.

 

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photo: Martin Straka
photo: Martin Polák