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Stone Bell House in Prague

Stone Bell House in Prague

Stone Bell House in Prague is a gallery under the management of Prague City Gallery dedicated exclusively to temporary exhibitions. The building in which the exhibitions are held is one of the surviving buildings in Prague from the 13th century. The building is a masterpiece itself and if you find interesting the exhibition on program do not miss to visit it.

The art gallery is located in a beautiful historical Stone Bell House just across the Clock Tower in the center of the city. The Stone Bell House was most probably built in the 13th century for the Queen Elisabeth I of Bohemia, the mother of the Holy roman Emperor Charles IV.
The building was completely restored in order to recover the Middle Ages look of the building.

The gallery is dedicated exclusively to temporary exhibitions and if you are interested in what is on display you can always walk across the square from the direction of the Astronomical Clock Tower, which you will most certainly visit while in Prague.

Ticket price for Stone Bell House art gallery in Prague
The prices may vary because of the temporary nature of the exhibitions.
Regular ticket price is: 120 CZK.
Reduced ticket price is: 60 CZK (children between 10-15 years old, students not older than 26).
Reduced price 5 CZK (disabled individuals, children not older than 10).
Reduced price: 30 CZK (senior citizens older than 65).

Working hours of the Stone Bell House art gallery in Prague
From Tuesday to Sunday working hours are: 10:00-20:00h.
Closed: Mondays.
We advise you to check ticket prices and working hours before visiting – check the official website of the Stone Bell House art gallery in Prague.

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