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This really does need better signage. It took us nearly an hour to find it, and only with the help of friendly locals. Really well-presented museum with many original pieces and several great models too. Information is in English as well as Czech.
First, this museum is not that easy to get to. My wife and I found it, walked up the hill, and immediately noticed that the tank was gone. We went to the door and a man came to the door. He spoke good English and...More
Military, historic museum of Chech Republic. You can see here weapons, soldiers and other stuff of War. It is interesting to know how people survived and fight. In addition there are a lot of exhibits that help you to remind history for yourself
I did my usual research on this museum,and was totally unaware of its closure till I arrived today to find skips outside filling with rubbish.It is closed till 2020.Couldn't they have waited till the National Museum reopens?
The Army Museum is currently closed for an expected 4 year renovation. Unfortunately we discovered this only after a 6km walk to visit the museum. It would be helpful if TripAdvisor indicated this on their website entry instead on the supposed opening hours.
This museum is free! Yes it is a little bit away from the centre of Prague but is definitely worth the trip. However when we visited one floor was closed off with no explanation. What we did see was an excellent presentation of First World...More
I visited the museum on July, 19, 2017, the museum is currently closed for a total renovation. I was very disappointed to learn this only once I arrived at the museum because I had checked the museum website the day before making the trek to...More
The Army Museum Zizkov is a free entry museum, a much-welcomed change. The museum has a humungous collection of uniforms, weapons and other regalia from the World War 1 and World War 2 era. The museum is quite small buy gives a nice chapter on...More