A Guide to Prague Museums

A Guide to Prague Museums, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Compared to other cities in Europe, Prague museums don’t have a whole lot of fame or visitor draw. Nonetheless, the city has some fairly interesting museums to see if you get tired of all the beauty there is to see outside. While this is not an exhaustive list of Prague museums, these are some of the ones that should be high on your list to see while in Prague.

The Historical Building of the National Museum finally reopened after an 8-year long reconstruction period, and for the first couple of months while admission was free, the lines were as long as 2-4 hours to get inside. Now that the hype has died down and you have to pay to get in, the wait is much shorter, but still worth the cost and the time. The gorgeous neo-Renaissance hall leading to the exhibits is somehow grander than the beautiful and imposing exterior would have you believe. Inside, visitors are surrounded by artifacts dating back to the creation of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. From music and sport to European history and democracy, you can learn all about Czech contributions to the world. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Guide to Prague Museums
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
Read it on Author's Website: https://www.gnometrotting.com/a-guide-to-prague-museums/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • National Museum
  • Czech Museum of Music
  • National Memorial on Vitkov Hill
  • Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures
  • National Gallery (Fair Trade Palace)
  • Jewish Museum
  • Museum of Communism
  • National Technical Museum
  • Gallery of Art Prague
  • Mucha Museum
  • Prague Public Transport Museum
  • Klementinum
  • Sternberg Palace
  • Kinsky Palace
  • Old Jewish Cemetery
  • Old-New Synagogue
  • Maisel Synagogue
  • Pinkas Synagogue
  • Klausen Synagogue
  • Spanish Synagogue
  • Robert Guttman Gallery

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