Antonín Dvořák Museum
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Connection: Subway C, station I.P. Pavlova. Tram 4, 6, 10, 22, or 23, stop I.P. Pavlova or Štěpánská.
Phone: +420 224 918 013, +420 224 923 363
Tuesday: 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
Thursday: 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
Friday: 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
Saturday: 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
Sunday: 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
Opening hours on bank holiday:
28 September, 28 October and 17 November, 2016 is open 10 AM–1.30 PM and 2.00 PM–5.00 PM
On 29 September is CLOSED:
From November 1st 2016 to April 30th 2017 the Antonín Dvořák Museum will be CLOSED due to restoration of frescoes.
From January 10th 2017 will be open ground floor of permanent exhibition.
Thank you for your understanding.
Basic: 50 CZK
Reduced: 30 CZK seniors (over 60 years), disabled persons, children 6–15 years old, High schools and University students (student ID card necessary)
Family: 90 CZK (max. 2 adults, 3 children)
School group with pedagogue: 10 CZK/person
Free Admission: Children under 6 years old, ICOM members admission free
Filming, taking photos (no flash) for noncommercial use - free with valid ticket.
Prepaid and Three-Day Admission:National Museum offers One-year, Half-year and Three-Day Admission >> more information
After advanced order only, for 1 - 30 persons. in german and english.
Fee for guided tour ... 500 Kč
Overview of Further Services:
- Study room: Visit after advanced phone reservation only.
- Museum shop: Except others - Dvořák recordings, music printings, souvenirs...
- Rent of museum space: - after advanced written application.
The Antonín Dvořák Museum
Since its foundation in 1932, the Antonín Dvořák Museum has resided at the Baroque villa “America” in Prague’s New Town. The house, surrounded by a beautiful garden featuring statues from the workshop of Matyáš Bernard Braun, was built at the beginning of the 18th century by Count Jan Václav Michna of Vacínov according to the design of the distinguished Czech architect Kilián Ignác Diezenhofer. The ground floor is furnished with historical wooden showcases dating back to the time of the museum’s establishment. The ceiling of the first floor is adorned with Johann Ferdinand Schor’s wonderful frescos depicting classical mythology themes. The museum’s mission is to gather, look after and make accessible documents pertaining to the Maestro’s life and work. Above all, it possesses a unique collection of Dvorák’s music autographs and correspondence, period photographs and other documentary materials.