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Big Honza’s Minnesota Czech Country Tour
Entertainment, Lunch, Museum Visit

Tours of Czech Country begin at historic Hilltop Hall, a magnificently restored turn-of-the-century Concert Hall. Watch a short video clip of a recent tour (click the triangle on the image below to play clip). Or scroll down under the video to see a sample of a day tour itinerary.

Day Tour Sample Itinerary:**

  • An authentic Czech lunch
  • A live musical presentation featuring original and familiar music by local artists
  • Tour Big Honza’s Place, located in the Historic Westerman House. The interior murals show life in a unique “old time” main street setting.  Also on display – handcrafted carvings by world-famous wood carving artist, Marvin Kaisersatt.
  • A personally guided tour of Big Honza’s Museum of Unnatural History by Monty Gomery, PHD (Promulgator of Honzonian Data) and a distinguished graduate of ISU (Imaginary State University). The museum is filled with unusual and unique attractions that are sure to tickle your funny bone!
  • If time permits, stroll Montgomery’s main street and visit the antique shop, the flower and drugstore gift shops, or the old time bakery.

Tours are available daily throughout the year. To arrange your custom tour to the heart of Minnesota Czech Country, please fill out the contact form.
Or schedule directly with John Grimm by calling 612.756.1075 or writing to 1317 NE 9th Street, Montgomery, MN 56069.

COST:
Approximately $25/person. Price may fluctuate depending on market costs for food, etc.  To lock in a price, simply schedule a tour AND make a deposit.

Minimum group size = 35.
We try to accommodate groups of any size. If your group is smaller, please contact us and we’ll do our best to customize a day just for you that also fits your budget.

**Your day tour in Montgomery can be adjusted according to your time requirements, but whether long or short, you are guaranteed an enjoyable, entertaining visit. We look forward to your arrival!

(Museum is unheated; open April-September only)

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