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Prague Exhibitions

In Prague (Praha) there are enough museums and galleries to keep even the most dedicated traveller busy for days.

Museums in Prague exhibit extensive collections of art of all styles and eras, ranging from fine art to applied arts to sculpture.The city offers excellent hotels and restaurants to accommodate the art-lovers who visit Prague to explore its culture, art galleries, historical monuments.

Given below are some of the best art exhibition centres, venues for exhibition in Prague where you can spend some quality time absorbing history and culture.

Municipal House (Obecní Dům)
Municipal House

Municipal House (Obecní Dům)

In the early 1900's this venue was built to replace the Royal Court that was demolished. The Municipal House was founded by artists who wanted to create a cultural centre. The interior decor is of architectural brilliance with mosaics and artistic sculptures, including an Art Nouveau glass top that covers Smetana Hall. This is Prague's largest concert hall where music festivals are performed throughout the year. Furthermore, the Municipal House features the Lord Mayor's Hall, which also includes some amazing architectural designs.

Opening Times: 10am - 8pm
Address: Nám. Republiky 5, Prague 1, 111 21, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 222 002 101

Sternberg Palace (Šternberský Palác)
Sternberg Palace

Sternberg Palace (Šternberský Palác)

This is an exhibition of fine European art from ancient times to end of the Baroque Era. Collections over here emphasis on the 14th-18th centuries, and pieces by famous artists such as Rembrandt and Goya can also be viewed. Also, the first floor features the well-known figure of van Heemshreck - The Tearful Bride.

Address: Hradčanské nám. 57/15, 118 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic.

Trade Fair Palace (Veletrzní Palác)
Trade Fair Palace

Trade Fair Palace (Veletrzní Palác)

Veletrzini Palace, (also known as the Trade Fair Palace), established in 1928, is a huge building with four floors. This palace has the collection of modern and contemporary arts including permanent exhibitions of the 19th and the 20th century French art, Czech art 1960-1995 and 20th century European art.

Address: 170 00 Prague 7, Czech Republic.

Schwarzenberg Palace (Palais Schwarzenberg)
Schwarzenberg Palace

Schwarzenberg Palace (Palais Schwarzenberg)

The Schwarzenberg Palace is situated near the Prague Castle and is used as an exhibition space in the National Gallery of Prague. The Palace belongs to the Renaissance period and have been one of the most beautiful and well-preserved structures of that period. The visitors can enjoy looking at the art pieces dating back to the Mannerist, Renaissance and Baroque eras.

Address: Hradčanské nám. 2, 118 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic.

Prague Exhibition Grounds (Výstaviště Praha)
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Prague Exhibition Grounds (Výstaviště Praha)

The Výstaviště Praha was founded in the year 1891 and is used as a cultural space for exhibitions, concerts and other events. It lies near the metro station and the Stromovka Park, so visitors can conveniently reach there. It houses more than 50 exhibitions, cultural events and trade fairs every year.

Address: Výstaviště 67, 170 90 Praha 7, Czech Republic.

Kinský Palace (Palác Kinských)
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Kinský Palace (Palác Kinských)

The palace is used as part of the National gallery to exhibit permanent artefacts of Old World cultures of Asia, American and Europe. It was from here after that Klement Gottwald announced communist rule in Czechoslovakia.

Address: 606/11, Old Town Square 1/3, Old Town, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic.

Invisible Exhibition (Neviditelná výstava)
Invisible Exhibition

Invisible Exhibition (Neviditelná výstava)

The palace is used as part of the National gallery to exhibit permanent artefacts of Old World cultures of Asia, American and Europe. It was from here after that Klement Gottwald announced communist rule in Czechoslovakia.

Address: Karlovo nám. 1/23, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420/777 787 064

Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia (Klášter sv. Anežky ceské)
Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia

Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia (Klášter sv. Anežky ceské)

This is Prague's oldest existing Gothic building. It is now used as a National Gallery containing Czech and central European medieval Art. Whilst visiting the convent you may as well drop by the church of St Francis where Wenceslas I is buried. (This church is located next to the convent).

Address: U Milosrdných, 110 00 Praha 1, Staré Město, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420/777 787 064

House of the Golden Ring (Dům U Zlatého prstenu)
House of the Golden Ring

House of the Golden Ring (Dům U Zlatého prstenu)

Originally, a medieval Renaissance house, House of the Golden Ring comprised two buildings, which were later merged into one. Today, as a part of the Prague City Gallery, it exhibits an excellent assortment of 20th century Czech art.

Address: Týnská 6, 110 00 Praha 1, Staré Město, Czech Republic.

Czech Museum of Music (České muzeum hudby)

Czech Museum of Music (České muzeum hudby)

The Czech Museum of Music is housed inside the Baroque Church of Mary Magdalene in the Lesser Quarter. The museum contains more than 400 musical instruments and around 700,000 items which document the history of music. They also have a large collection of manuscripts, iconography, and press documentation, etc. belonging to the composers Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák.

Address: Karmelitská 2/4, 118 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic.

House at the Stone Bell (Dům U Kamenného zvonu)
House at the Stone Bell

House at the Stone Bell (Dům U Kamenného zvonu)

The Czech Museum of Music is housed inside the Baroque Church of Mary Magdalene in the Lesser Quarter. The museum contains more than 400 musical instruments and around 700,000 items which document the history of music. They also have a large collection of manuscripts, iconography, and press documentation, etc. belonging to the composers Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák.

Address: Staroměstské nám. 605/13, 110 00 Praha 1, Staré Město, Czech Republic.

Wallenstein Riding School / Wallenstein Palace (Valdstejnsky Palace)
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Wallenstein Riding School / Wallenstein Palace (Valdstejnsky Palace)

The Riding School is located in the eastern part of Wallenstein garden and hosts short-term exhibitions of modern art.

Address: Valdštejnské nám. 17/4, 118 01 Praha 1, Malá Strana, Czech Republic.

Kingdom of Railways (Kralovstvi Zeleznic)
Kralovstvi Zeleznic

Kingdom of Railways (Kralovstvi Zeleznic)

This medieval building is located next to the Kinsky Palace. It showcases temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and also holds musical events in its beautiful Gothic chapels.

Opening Times: Mon. to Sun. 9am - 7pm
Address: Staroměstské nám. 605/13, 110 00 Praha 1, Staré Město, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 257 211 386

Manes Exhibition Hall (Výstavní síň Mánes)
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Manes Exhibition Hall (Výstavní síň Mánes)

Established in 1930, the Manes Exhibition Hall is an iconic structure which works to showcase all forms of art. The exhibition stands on pillars over the Vltava River in between the Slavonic Island and Masaryk Embankment. The exhibition hall also provides stunning vistas of the river and nature and makes up for one of the most photographed attractions in Prague.

Address: Masarykovo nábřeží 250, 110 00 Praha 1. Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 224 932 938

PVA Expo Praha
PVA Expo Praha

PVA Expo Praha

The PVA Expo Praha is used to organise events like exhibitions, conferences, concerts, theatrical performances, sports events, parties, etc in Prague. The centre is situated in Letnany and is well equipped with all the modern gadgets and equipment. Each year almost 80 events are organised at this place which is visited by thousands of people.

Address: Beranových 667, 199 00 Praha 9, Letňany, Czech Republic.
Tel.: +420 225 291 612

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