The panel exhibition deals with the role of the landscape in the shaping of the Czech national identity in the 2nd half of the 19th century.
The landscape is presented as an important nationalsymbol. It is introduced here not only as a real (physical) environment, as a scene where a wide range of national and tourist activities took place, but also as a space closely connected to the ideas of individuals within the national society. The topic is treated through the perspective of two pairs of Bohemian landscape features (the Říp and Blaník mountains, the Vltava and Elbe rivers), both rich in symbolism.
You can buy your ticket here (on-line is available full price and family ticket only).
Groups: 10% discount from the standard admission fee – for an organised group of 30 or more people with collective paymen (except for school groups).
Free admission: Children up to 6 years; children from children’s homes or SOS children’s villages; holders of physical disability cards (ZTP, ZTP/P and people accompanying them); ICOM, the National Museum Society; holders of the Benefit card of the European GNSS Agency – the Ministry of Transport, Prague Card.
Filming, taking photos (no flash) for noncommercial use – free with valid ticket.
The ticket must be kept for the duration of the visit.