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Dům u Černé Matky Boží

Critics' choice
Art, Attractions, Museums

Renovated and reopened in 2003, this fantastic cubist building and collection of paintings and sculptures strive to present a totally plane-defying...

Ovocný trh 19

Dům U Zlatého prstenu

Art, Attractions, Museums

Now reopened after renovation, this beloved, charismatic former Renaissance manor house is set to feature a three- to five-year show of Jiří Příhoda's...

Týnská 6

Klášter sv. Anežky České

Critics' choice
Art, Attractions, Museums

This intimate and manageable part of the National Gallery, set in the oldest surviving Gothic building in Prague (worth a visit in its own right), houses a...

U milosrdných 17

Muchovo muzeum

Art, Museums

This museum is dedicated to Alfons Mucha (1860-1939), perhaps the most famous of all Czech visual artists. Known for his commercial work such as...

Kaunický palác, Panská 7

Museum Kampa

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

One of the most respected art refuges in town, the Kampa Museum enjoys an enviable location on the waterfront of the city's loveliest island, with a...

U Sovových mlynů 2

Muzeum miniatur

Art, Museums

With magnifying glasses and microscopes, you'll be able to see truly tiny works of art: portraiture on a poppy seed, a caravan of camels painted on a grain...

Strahovské nádvoří 11 (grounds of Strahov Monastery)

Náprstkovo muzeum

Art, Museums

The 19th-century nationalist Vojta Náprstek had two passions: modern technology and primitive cultures. Although the gadgets he collected are now in the...

Betlémské náměstí 1

Obrazárna Pražského hradu

Art, Museums

With a collection spanning three centuries, starting in the era following Charles IV's golden reign, this little gallery perhaps tries to do too much. It...

2nd courtyard

Princely Collections

Art, Museums

The Princely Collections' evocative paintings of happy peasants (a subject about which the historically powerful Lobkowicz clan knows plenty), musical...

Jiřská 3

Sbírka moderního a současného umění

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

This surprisingly modern-looking building, in reality a functionalist wonder designed by Oldřich Tyl and Josef Fuchs and opened in 1929, was designed to...

Veletržní palác, Dukelských hrdinů 47
Major venue

Schwarzernberský palác

Art, Attractions, Museums

The National Gallery relaunched its permanent display of Bohemian Baroque art in spring 2008 at the sprawling Renaissance-era Schwarzenberg Palace. The...

Hradčanské náměstí 21
Major venue

Šternberský palác

Art, Attractions, Museums

Enlightened aristocrats trying to rouse Prague from provincial stupor founded the Šternberg Gallery in the 1790s. Located just outside the gates of Prague...

Hradčanské náměstí 15

Strahovský klášter

Critics' choice
Art, Attractions, Museums

The Premonstratensian Order (or Norbertines) set up house at this monastery in 1140 and soon after embarked upon their austere programme of silent...

Strahovské nádvoří 1
Major venue

Uměleckoprůmyslové muzeum

Art, Museums

Built between 1897 and 1900, this neo-Renaissance museum is a work of art in itself, boasting richly decorated halls, stained- and etched-glass windows, and...

Ulice 17. listopadu 2

Zámek Zbraslav

Art, Museums

This Baroque house showcases the National Gallery's surprisingly extensive collection of Asian art. The Chinese and Japanese holdings are particularly good,...

Bartošova 2