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National Museum

The National Museum in Prague is the biggest museum in the Czech Republic. The historical building is situated at the upper end of Wenceslas Square and visitors can see exhibits from all fields of science, from zoology and botany to history and…

National Technical Museum

The National Technical Museum is situated in Prague’s Letná district, several hundreds of metres from Letenské Gardens. At present, it is considered the largest Czech institution with collections of many technical disciplines…

Franz Kafka Museum

Franz Kafka Museum allows visitors to become immersed in the world of Franz Kafka, one of the most famous Praguers and a significant figure of 20th-century world literature. The long-term exhibition titled “The City of K. Franz Kafka and Prague…

Mánes

The Mánes Building is a functionalist building designed and built by architect Otakar Novotný on the southern tip of Slavonic Island between 1928 and 1930. It was built on the site of the former Šítkovské Mills…

Prague Beer Museum

Located in a 13th-century historical building, the Prague Beer Museum is just about a four-minute walk away from the Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square. Besides the main exposition, which introduces visitors to the tradition of beer…

Museum of Communism

The Museum of Communism is devoted to the events following the February 1948 coup until the November 1989 revolution. It is located in the Old Customs House near the Republic Square (the entrance is between Kolkovna restaurant and Billa…

Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum is one of the most visited museums in the Czech Republic and has one of the largest collections of Judaica in the world. There are more than 40,000 collection items, 100,000 books and an extensive archive of Jewish religious…

Bedřich Smetana Museum

Just a short distance away from Charles Bridge, the Bedřich Smetana Museum is situated in the neo-Renaissance building of the former Old Town Waterworks dating back to the 1880s. The building is itself interesting, as it is decorated with…

Antonín Dvořák Museum

The Antonín Dvořák Museum is situated in the Baroque Michna Summer House (known also as the Villa “Amerika”) in Prague’s New Town, and is surrounded by a large garden with statues by Matthias Bernard Braun. The…

The Mucha Museum

The Mucha Museum is situated inside the Baroque Kaunitz Palace in the New Town. With its approximately 500 m², it is the only museum in the world dedicated to the life and work of the world-acclaimed Czech artist Alfons Mucha, the main…

Karel Zeman Museum

Karel Zeman Museum is devoted to the life’s work of filmmaker Karel Zeman, who made Czech cinematography world famous in the 20th century. The exhibition includes his first animations and puppet films as well as works from his last…

Army Museum Žižkov

The Army Museum Žižkov is located in the Žižkov district, in the historical buildings of the National Liberation Monument. The museum is administered by the Military History Institute Prague. Visitors can see a number of historical weapons,…

The Czech Museum of Music

The Czech Museum of Music is officially part of the collections of the National Museum in Prague, but it is located in a separate building – in the former Baroque Church of St Mary Magdalene in the Lesser Town, which was built in the 17th …

Museum Kampa

The Museum Kampa is located in the historical premises of the Sova Mills in the middle of Kampa Park in the Lesser Town. Kampa is an island which is separated from the mainland by the Čertovka stream. In addition to the collection of 20th…

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