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 making, the admission fee also includes tasting of several types of Czech beer in a 19th-century pub.
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR VISITORS
Address: Husova 7, Prague 1
GPS coordinates: 50.085075N, 14.418213E
PUBLIC TRANSPORT CONNECTIONS
The closest public transport stops near the Prague Beer Museum:
- New Town: Národní třída tram stop (trams 1, 2, 9, 12, 18, 22, 23, 25, 4, night lines 93, 97, 99)
- Old Town: Karlovy lázně tram stop (trams 2, 17, 18, night line 93) and Staroměstská metro station (Line A – green line)
OPENING HOURS AND ADMISSION
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT PRAGUE BEER MUSEUM
The biggest exhibition of Czech beer allows visitors to discover what pubs used to look like during the communist era. The admission fee also includes a special souvenir – visitors can bottle their own beer with their own label using the brewery’s machinery.
PRAGUE BEER MUSEUM AND NEARBY HISTORICAL SIGHTS
When visiting the Prague Beer Museum, there are plenty of other interesting sights nearby to explore, including the Church of St Giles, Havel’s Market, the Bethlehem Chapel, the Old Town Square, the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Powder Tower, Klementinum, the Náprstek Museum, the Sex Machines Museum and many others.