On the occasion of the 180th anniversary of Antonín Dvořák's birth, the National Museum – Czech Museum of Music has prepared an educational game Antonín Dvořák’s Prague Footprints for you.

Antonín Dvořák was one of the most important Czech composers. His works are very popular with audiences in concert halls all around the world. After all, who wouldn't know the From the New World symphony that found itself on the Moon with the first astronauts in 1969? Or one of the world's most played Czech operas – Rusalka whose story was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid?

Dvořák travelled a lot in his life. In addition to European cities, he visited Russia, made nine trips to England, and spent nearly three years in America. However, his private life was very peaceful. He worked intensively during the day. He drew strength for further work during his daily walks.

Let us take you to the path of Antonín Dvořák!