On this page visitors will find a full list of all museums in Prague. Short descriptions and photos will help you choose which museums you would like to visit. Prague offers a wide range of museums that will satisfy interests of most visitors. Museums are dedicated to technology, history, religious art, modern art etc. Don’t forget that in Prague there are numerous museums that are not only located in the city center. Therefore, do not follow the crowd, be courageous and visit even the museums that are located a bit outside the city center.
Due to reconstruction work, the National museum has been moved to the building next to the original one. This temporary building will host all exhibitions until 2018. In this museum visitors will be able to enjoy the beauty and diversity of nature as well as the temporary exhibitions that are constantly organized.
Strahov library is a famous attraction of Prague, but not that often visited by the tourists because it is located a bit away from the main tourist routes. The library consists of two beautiful halls called Theological Hall and Philosophical Hall. No one will stay indifferent in front of a fascinating collection of books and fresco-painted ceilings, even though the libraries can be observed only through the open doors on one side of the structures.
There are 10 different buildings (museums, galleries, monuments) that you can visit inside the Prague’s Castle. In this article we tried to explain all that can be visited at this location and offer more information than you will be able to find at the ticket office. Prague’s Castle is a beautiful complex but be sure to inform yourself on which ticket to buy up front.
Veletržní palác in Prague or Trade fair palace is an impressive modern art gallery. The typical “communist” architecture of the building with straight lines hides the beautiful open space interior. In this gallery you may enjoy the works of some of the most well-known Czech artists, as well as some of the best-known international artists (Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Klimt).
The Museum of technology in Prague is an enormous museum that hosts an incredible number of objects, all of which tell a story of technological progress in a specific area of human activity, emphasizing the progress that happened in the Czech Republic. Every individual interested in any area of science will certainly find something interesting among 14 exhibitions of this museum.