Museum Kampa



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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 gorgeous terrace café. Its impressive modern art collection was amassed over decades by Jan Mládek, an international financier and former Prague student, and his wife, art patron Meda Mládek, both of whom lived in exile before the Velvet Revolution. Sculpture by Otto Gutfreund and work by František Kupka sit alongside a permanent show of modern art from across Central Europe. The programme of temporary exhibitions brings in fresh art from Europe and beyond.

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Museum Kampa details

U Sovových mlynů 2,
Kampa Island,
Prague 1

Area Prague

Transport Tram 12, 22, then funicular railway .

Telephone 257 286 147

Museum Kampa website

Open 10am-6pm daily.

Admission 120 K±; 60 K± reductions; free under-6s.