Opening hours from May to October 2022:

Monday–Friday: by prior arrangement only

A visit to the Memorial is possible by prior arrangement for a guided tour.
For more information, see GUIDED TOURS FOR THE PUBLIC.

The memorial is CLOSED to the public from November 1 to April 30.


Entrance fees

Tickets can be purchased only at the box office after a reservation.

Whole building

Adult 160 CZK
Reduced Reduced:
– senior citizens over the age of 65
– juveniles 15–18 years old
– holders of ISIC or ITIC cards
– high school and university students upon presentation of a student identity card
120 CZK
Children up to 15 years Only accompanied by an adult FREE ADMISSION

Free admission: children from children’s homes or SOS children’s villages; holders of physical disability cards (ZTP, ZTP/P and people accompanying them); holders of cards: ICOM, Slovak National Museum, the National Museum Society, Benefit card of the European GNSS Agency – the Ministry of Transport, Prague Card, employee of a contributory organization of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic (+ 3 pers.)

Filming, taking photos (no flash) for noncommercial use – free with valid ticket.

The ticket must be kept for the duration of the visit.

Exhibitions in the building

A visit to the Memorial is possible by prior arrangement for a guided tour (from May to October).

You can order by e-mail or by phone at 773 793 412.

Reservations are possible no later than 1 day before the planned visit.

Guided tours take place regularly on Tuesdays:

  • from 14:00 to 15:30
  • from 15:30 to 17:00

Each month (May–October) there will also be 1 guided tour on the weekend.

Contact the guide: Marek Djakoualno, phone: 607 754 621

The maximum number of visitors per one guided tour is 15 people.

We ask visitors to gather 5 min. before the start of the tour in front of the Memorial at Palackého 7, Prague 1, where the guide will pick them up.

On Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, it is possible to visit the Memorial only by prior arrangement, at least one week in advance. Reservations by e-mail

A household of five generations, from aristocrats to wealthy townsfolk, is presented in six rooms of the first floor in the Rococo Mac Neven Palace. Part of the unique original furnishing is preserved in the social and music salon, bedrooms and studies of historian František Palacký and his son-in-law, advocate, politician and encyclopaedist, František Ladislav Rieger. The remarkable artistic collections, historical and family portraits of the 19th Century include, among others, portraits of Josef Mánes, Julius Mařák and the statue of J. V. Myslbek and furnishings from Classicism and Biedermeier up to Secession. In a separate room there is an exhibition of furniture, sculptures, ceramics and glass from the ethnographical collection of Rieger’s daughter, Libuše Bráfová and her contemporaries, among whom, for example, was the artist Zdenka Braunerová.

Objekt není bezbariérově přístupný

The building is not wheelchair accessible.


Free of charge for visitors.


It is located at the ticket office.

Public transport

Subway A, B station Můstek; Tram 9,14, 24 station Vodičkova