The Riding Hall is the work of the important Prague architect, Ignác Jan Nepomuk Palliardi, and with the other three buildings - the chapel of the Holy Cross, the Servants' Quarters, and the Stables it forms an architecturally uniform, non-violently closed unit in the manor house complex. After renovation in the 1960s, the former riding hall serves as an exhibition hall. In addition to the seasonal exhibitions of leading artists on the first floor, located on the ground floor is the permanent exhibition of sculptures by J. V. Myslbek from the collection of the National Gallery, and rare Renaissance tapestries are exposed on the walls of the hall. The Riding Hall can be used for social and cultural events.
Only the ground floor is wheelchair accessible.
The admission fees for the exhibitions may differ from the current price list of admission to the Riding Hall. Current rates may be requested at the ticket office.