National Museum New Building
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Connection: Metro(subway) line A, C - station Muzeum
Phone: 224 497 111, 224 497 118
Monday: 10 AM–6 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM–6 PM
Every first Wednesday of the month: 10 AM–8 PM
Another Wednesdays: 9 AM–6 PM
Thursdays: 10 AM–6 PM
Friday: 10 AM–6 PM
Saturday: 10 AM–6 PM
Sunday: 10 AM–6 PM
Enjoy lunch menu, freshly made sandwiches and desserts. Kids‘menu is available.
Monday–Friday: 9 AM–7 PM
Saturday–Sunday: 10 AM–7 PM
Basic: 100 CZK
Reduced: 70 CZK (for seniors over 60 years, holders of ZTP, ISIC, ITIC, Staff Card, children 6-15 years, secondary school and university students on presentation of student card)
Family: 170 CZK (max. 2 adults, 3 children)
School group: 30 CZK/person ( Reservation is not required. Free admission for one teacher.)
Guided Tour of the exhibition in a foreign language (English, German, Russian): 1000 CZK for groups up to 30 person. After advanced order only: email@example.com
Information on visiting the Deadly Pleasure exhibition:
18+ We do not recommend an exhibition Deadly Pleasure to visitors under eighteen.
Entrance to the exhibition Deadly Pleasure is free only with valid ticket for the “Death” exhibition.
Fee for taking photos and filming: free (withount flash)
Ticket with 3 days validation to all objects of the National Museum situated in Prague:
Basic: 300 CZK
Reduced: 200 CZK
Family: 500 CZK
(Except the František Palacký and František Ladislav Rieger Memorial and except the J. Ježek Memorial)
(visit of each building/exhibition is possible one time only)
Children up to 6 years and ICOM members admission free
ATTENTION: Cash-desk closes 30 minutes before end of opening time.
There is possible to borrow an audioguide (in english) at the cash-desk for free, it is included in the ticket price.
About the building
The new building of the National Museum was obtained by the National Museum in the year 2006 and on the 1st of June 2009 the National Museum has taken over this building from the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. The building has a very interesting history because it served at first as the Prague Stock Exchange (1938 to the arrival of the occupational forces) , then as the parliament (1946-1992), radio studio (1995 - 2009) and at present it is has the function of a museum.