Pohansko is an empire chateau located in the Lednice-Valtice Area approximately 3.5 km southeast from the centre of Břeclav. It is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
Pohansko small chateau was built in 1811–1812 by Prince Jan I. of Liechtenstein. The design of the building was created by Joseph Hardtmuth and Joseph Kornhäusel.
At present days the chateau is the property of the town of Břeclav. In its rooms there has been an archaeological exposition, which is curated by the Břeclav Town Museum, since 1998. Discoveries from the excavations of the Slavic hill fort of the same name located northeast from the chateau are displayed there.