Kinský Palace is a museum dedicated to the art of Asia and is located just across the square from the Old City Hall and the astronomical clock. It offers a unique collection of art pieces from Asia and it is a rare one in the whole Central and Easter Europe region that exhibits art object from these faraway cultures.
Kinský Palace is a museum (just one of several, under the management of the National Gallery of Prague) that exhibits art pieces from Asia and Africa. It is located on the Old Town Square (Prague’s central square) next to the Stone Bell House art gallery of Prague and across the square from the Old City Hall and the Astronomical clock.
The collection of the museum offers a comprehensive overview of Asian and contemporary Asian art. Here visitors will be able to find examples of Chinese archaic art, Buddhist sculptures, Tibetan thangkas pictures, Islamic pottery, Japanese woodblock prints etc. The collection consists of 13,500 objects from Japan, China, Korea, Tibet, South Asia and Africa.
The museum doesn’t focus on specific region or timeframe, but rather present unique masterpieces that originate from different countries and cultures.
Ticket prices for Kinsky Palace museum in Prague
Regular ticket price is: 150 CZK.
Reduced ticket price is: 80 CZK.
Reduced price: students younger than 26, children under 18, senior citizens older than 65.
Free entrance: children under 6, disabled individuals with valid cards and their companions.
Free entrance: February 7, 8; May 17, 31; September 27; October 28.
We advise you to check ticket prices and working hours before visiting – check the official website of the Kinsky Palace Museum.
(!) This museum is just one out of several that are under the management of the National Gallery of Prague. The National Gallery offers cumulative tickets for museums and galleries under its management- check the website of the National Gallery of Prague.
Working hours of the Kinsky Palace museum in Prague
From Tuesday to Sunday working hours are: 10:00-18:00h.