#Prague Museums

April 12, 2019
Beer museum Prague


BEER MUSEUM PRAGUE   From Tripadvisor.com reviews of Prague beer museum: Great beer and cider taster boards/flights: Definitely recommend for beer lovers. My partner had the Ale flight and enjoyed it and I was glad there was also a Cider Flight (titled Flavours Ii think) which was excellent (including a green cider!) Nice to sit outside over the road from the river when sunny. Amazing!: Great beer and great music! Recommended for a night out in the city! View to the river! Friendly staff and good service! Wonderful: What a great experience with great beer selection for a really good price. Staff are very friendly and the service is great. Totally recommended. Yum Fab fab fab: Me and partner visited the beer museum multiple times during our trip to Prague because it was so good! 30 beers on tap and lovely food to go with it. We each had […]
August 3, 2018
museum of senses

Museum of Senses

When was the last time that you experienced something for the first time? Welcome to the Museum of Senses Prague! A unique adventure that will challenge your senses, even those you never knew you had! A museum where nothing around you is as it seems. Are you ready? The MUSEUM of SENSES is home to an experience that will awaken your senses and inspire you to discover more and, therefore,  to feel more. Live an unimaginable experience in a world of sensations and mind-blowing optical illusions and test your senses at an extraordinary museum. A place as fun as it is educational, as amazing as it is enigmatic, and as crazy as it is rational. An Adventure of the Senses Let yourself go during an experience full of challenges for your body and your mind. You will learn a lot […]
October 26, 2017


DOX Museum Prague DOX Museum Prague – a centre for Contemporary Art is a multi-functional space created thanks to a private initiative through the reconstruction of a former factory in Prague’s Holešovice district. the name origin The name DOX is derived on the Greek word doxa, which among other things means a way of perceiving things, an opinion, a conviction. DOX’s programme differs from other similar exhibition institutions (the combination of a “kunsthalle” with a multifunctional cultural centre) primarily through art projects incorporating critical reflection on current social topics and issues overlapping with other “non-artistic” areas and disciplines such as psychology, philosophy, history, sociology, political science, etc. Through exhibitions of contemporary international and Czech art, DOX Museum Prague explores contemporary topics and further develops discussion through various accompanying programme formats and events for the general public ranging from conferences and panel […]
March 7, 2017


DIAMOND MUSEUM PRAGUE Come and visit the first Diamond museum in the Czech Republic. It’s not to be missed! History of the Museum. Learn about the history of the first diamond museum in the Czech Republic. The Katz family have devoted themselves to the tradition of diamond processing for decades and don’t just concentrate on cutting diamonds but also on producing jewellery. They have gathered many years of diamond experience not only from close cooperation with the De Beers but primarily from years of practise in the most proclaimed gem cutters´ workshop in Israel. We also cooperate with a leading Czech gemmologist and geologist. They have been involved in helping to create the exhibition and we will also continue to profit from their expert experience in the future, in the form of lectures, some of which may be planned just for you! […]
October 19, 2016
Kinsky Pallace National Gallery

National Gallery in Prague

National Gallery in Prague History: The history of the National Gallery in Prague started to be written on 5 February 1796 when a group of significant representatives of the patriotically oriented Czech nobility along with several middle-class intellectuals from the ranks of Enlightenment movement decided (to put it in period terminology) to “elevate the deteriorated taste of the local public.” The institution, which received the title Society of Patriotic Friends of the Arts, established the Academy of Fine Arts and the Picture Gallery. In 1918 the Picture Gallery became a central collection of newly formed Czechoslovakia. In 1995 a new gallery dedicated to modern art opened in the refurbished Veletržní Palác (Trade-fair Palace). It is one of the first and largest functionalism building in Prague, built in 1925-1928. St. George’s Convent (Hradčany) was formerly used to display Art of the […]
June 18, 2016

The Jewish Quarter (Josefov)

The Jewish Quarter (Josefov) Jewish quarter in Prague was formerly the Jewish ghetto of the town. It is completely surrounded by Old Town. The quarter is often represented by the flag of Prague’s Jewish community, a yellow Magen David (Star of David) on a red field. Prague’s Jewish Quarter was originally located in the Castle District but by the 1200s had spread to the Josefov area and was for centuries regarded as a slum. Its transformation into one of the city’s most important and interesting districts took place in the late 1800s when large sections were demolished to make way for Art Nouveau apartment buildings. Jewish quarter / Historical sites: Franz Kafka’s birthplace High Synagogue: 16th-century synagogue It was financed by Mordechai Maisel, and it was finished in 1568, the same year as the Jewish Town Hall Probably it was modelled after High Synagogue, […]