Rožnov pod Radhoštěm is a town in Zlín Region, Czech Republic. Rožnov pod Radhoštěm was founded in the mid-13th century, between the years 1246 to 1267 by Olomouc Bishop Bruno of Schaumburg. In 1267 there is the first official mention about the city. Before leaving on a crusade Bruno of Schaumburg, said that the city belongs to his property.
Currently Rožnov well known for its Wallachian open air museum, which consists a set of wooden folk buildings collected from the Wallachian region to a town park (Wooden town) and the adjacent side (Wallachian Village and Mill Valley). The latter two parts form a living museum.