Catalogues and databases of the National Museum
Welcome to the page of publicly accessible catalogues and databases of the National Museum.
You will find the list of catalogues and databases of various collections of our Museum here.
These catalogues and databases are administered on an ongoing basis and we add new ones, depending on the working possibilities.
National Museum Library
- On-line catalogue of the NM Library since 2002
- Scanned general description catalogue of the NM Library until 2001
- Scanned catalogue of foreign language old prints of the NM Library
- "Digitized book Bartoš, F. M. : Soupis rukopisů Národního musea v Praze=A List of the Manuscripts of the National Museum in Prague. 1926-1927" on the web site of Centre for Medieval Studies (CMS), Institute of Philosophy.
Natural History Museum
- New mushroom taxons described by Josef Velenovský (Department of Mycology)
- Paleontology database
- Type specimens of recent vertebrates in the collections of the National Museum, Prague, Czech Republic
Czech Museum of Music
- Scanned catalogues
In searching for musical prints and manuscripts one must use both of the scanned catalogues covering these items.
National Museum – Czech Museum of Music: Musical Prints and Manuscripts Catalogue 1
National Museum – Czech Museum of Music: Musical Prints and Manuscripts Catalogue 2
National Museum – Czech Museum of Music: Other Catalogues
These include the following scanned catalogues: non-musical manuscript collection, music library, periodicals, and collections of materials from and pertaining to individual musicians
- Digitally-searchable catalogue 'National Museum – Czech Museum of Music (Music History Division and Centre for Documentation of Popular Music and New Media)
- Digitally-searchable catalogue National Museum – Czech Museum of Music – Bedřich Smetana Museum
- Bedřich Smetana Museum – list of items in the visual art collection
- Bedřich Smetana Museum – list of items in the photography collection
- Bedřich Smetana Museum – list of items in the collection of three-dimensional objects