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Very nice display on the history of Prague. The most impressive the me was the model of Prague for a gold 1850. The amount of detailed work the individual put into it was very impressive. There’s a little bit of everything I enjoyed it it...More
While there are many important pieces that have transformed this city, this particular museum gives a flowing narrative which helps provide the framework for what has happened after 1918. In addition the Langweil Model in the basement is an extra visual tool to understand what...More
On our last day we paid a visit to this wonderful museum.
It covers the history of Prague from earliest tomes up to date. At present there is an exhibition covering from 1832 to 1918. It is very interesting and all the information boards are...More
Wheelchair access - NO
Entrance fee 75 Kc each
History of the City in artifact-based exhibitions.
The most popular exhibit is the Langweil 1:480 scale papier-maché / cardboard model of Prague constructed between 1826-1837, which now provides the only proof of how some of the...More
This Museum is a great option for those who want to know more about the city of Prague. In the first floor it has 4 rooms with a collection that starts with pre-historic Prague, including cultures that were developing in the area and goes until...More
Quaint, small museum with a great history about Prague. Displays are well maintained and translated into English.Could walk through in about 1-2 hours depending on how much you read. The staff are absolutely lovely and so pleasant. The best in Prague! If you have time...More
The Prague City Museum is situated along the tram route 15. It is a grandiose Baroque building of characteristic elegance, which deserves a visit just for its outstanding panache.
The displays cover the city of Prague and its inhabitants from the prehistoric age to the...More
This is not a large museum and the exhibits are on the first floor. It covers Prague's prehistory as well as history. Apart from the more usual exhibits, there are some startling pieces, especially the C17th locking mechanisms. There are also some splendid panoramic maps...More
Would recommend visitors of Prague to head to the museum early in their trip. It's nice to have background information on the city, and all of the information is naturally specific to Prague alone, rather than the whole Czech Republic as other museums do. It...More
I found four (count 'em!) people at this museum who were capable of smiling and being a pleasant, kind person. That is probably the grand total in this entire town since everyone else I came in contact with in four days had a dour expression...More