Toulcuv dvur allows Prague children to experience animals and nature without leaving the city

26-12-2004

Toulcuv dvur has a long history and dates back to at least 1362. Under Empress Maria Theresa it was a sheep farm and, more recently, the Communists used it for industrial purposes. Now, though, it is an environmental education centre for children. Here, Nikola Brabenec visits Toulcuv dvur, and finds out you can visit a farm without having to leave Prague.