The House of Štěpánek Netolický is one of the most valuable buildings in the center of Trebon. The house is named after the famous fishpond and the owner of the House Štěpánek Netolický, who brought it out. He married Mrs. Dorothy, a rather wealthy widow to the Rajmbers' scribe. Štěpánka Netolická owned house No. 89 on the square in Třeboň, and it was here that the prince Jan Adolf II was left here in the late 19th century. Schwarzenberg to place a record in honor of Štěpánek Netolický. The center of the Třeboň Fishpond Heritage Center is located in the house, which wants to remind the pond craft, the unique landscape of Třeboň and the personalities of the fishponds. In the house, from the day of the opening ceremony, on 19 January 2016, the permanent exhibition and the first follow-up long-term exhibition. Visitors can see the oldest documents, fishing tackle or originals of large-scale maps.