from 1. 11. 2012
This exhibit is devoted to the unique architectural monuments that today’s Prague has inherited from its ancestors. Some of them have been preserved until the present day, others have been rebuilt or demolished and we recognise them only from fragments but this does not change in any way the importance that they had for the history of architecture.
This exhibit contains models of ground plans and three-dimensional models of entire buildings. There are models of churches that still exist or existed in the past. In addition there is also an ideal model of a Gothic cathedral.
The exhibit is fully accessible to people with visual disabilities. It is also a suitable way of teaching schoolchildren more about the arts and history.
The separate admission charge is 30 CZK.