The magnificent interiors of the Neo-Gothic Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary are worth seeing. Another interesting ecclesiastical monument is the originally
medieval Church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross, which was renovated in Baroque style after a fire. At present it serves as a concert hall and gallery. The town's history is full of rises and
falls, as can be seen in the U Vodní branky (Waterside) Museum, which also contains the Uničov Mayors' Gallery. The annual Young Camera festival, showing the work of amateur filmmakers younger than
30 takes place at the cinema here.
If you enjoy sports, there is the Uničov swimming pool. Children love the toboggan and playground with roundabout, while adults can measure their strength on the sporting field or compete with their friends in skittles.