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Lego Museum

Lego Museum is located in the Old Town between the National Theater and Wenceslas Square. With its size and number of exhibits, it is the largest private Lego museum not only in the Czech Republic but also in the world. Over 3,000 unique models divided into 20 thematic expositions, which consist of more than a million bricks, are exhibited in the area of 1000 m2. For example: 300 Star Wars models, Lego city, fairy tale world, Harry Potter collection, or models of world-famous monuments and vehicles. For each model displayed, the information of year of manufacture and the number of bricks from which the model was assembled is always displayed. You can also see exhibits from 1958, or the largest mass-produced models composed of more than ten thousand parts. Since 2015, the Lego Museum has shown a model of the Prague Astronomical Clock, made up of several thousand bricks, the construction of which took over 300 hours. For children, there is the children's corner with free WiFi, where you can play with the Lego kit for any length of time. You can leave your car at the paid parking places in Narodni street or at the paid parking lot at the National Theater. There is also a special Lego Museum shop.

Useful information for visitors

Address: Narodni 362/31, Prague 1
GPS: 50.08259280, 14.41941860

Public transport connections

Můstek metro station (green, yellow line)
Národní třída tram stop, metro station (yellow line)

Opening hours and admission

Up-to-date information on the admission and opening hours to the Lego Museum is available on the official website www.muzeumlega.cz.

Interesting facts about Lego Museum

Lego Museum in Prague is visited on average by 80 thousand visitors annually.

Nearby historical sights