School classrooms and offices for town schools from the period of Austria-Hungary

The first room consists of an installed natural science school lab from the turn of the 20th century. 

školní kabinet z doby Rakousko-Uherska

Teaching aids from various areas are on display in the glass cases: globes and teluria designed for geography, stuffed animals, liquid mounts, models of parts of the human body and examples of minerals for natural science, aids for physics, for example, models of a steam engine, etc. The walls contains relief contoured paintings of birds produced in the Brno studio of J. Schroll, a contoured map of the Olomouc region and a teaching aid for geography with typologically arranged   archaeological finds which were created for schools by Jan Havelka, a teacher at Slovanské gymnázium in Olomouc. The room also contains a teacher's table and a stand with hanging wall school boards with several paintings of animals. The atmosphere of the time is supplemented by a cast-iron stove, telephone and telegraph instruments.

školní kabinet z doby Rakousko-Uherska

The school classrooms can be seen from the teacher's room with originals of school furniture and school aids which were commonly used during teaching up to the year 1914. A podium with the teacher's desk is situated in the middle with a blackboard on a stand. The centre of the room consists of long benches with period notebooks placed on them, slate writing tablets, drawings and writing materials. A crucifix hangs from the front wall, along with a portrait of Franz Josef I and Comenius'moral code. The other walls are decorated with geographical maps of Austria-Hungary, Moravian and Silesia as well as with period school paintings by Karel Slavoj Amerling. The room also contains a harmonium which the Přerov composer and music teacher Josef Čapka Drahlovský used to play on in the past and finally illustrative aids for teaching geography (tellurium) and physics (Mach's principle, a vacuum pump).