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September 2017
from 28. 6. 2017
to 19. 11. 2017
Vladimír Boudník
Vladimír Boudník
Exhibiton / Main Building
The exhibition is an overview of graphic artwork of one of the most original Czech artists of the second half of the 20th century. Boudník’s early works, influenced by his war experience, an art movement referred to as …
from 9. 8. 2017
The History of Floods in Prague
The History of Floods in Prague
Exhibiton / Main Building
The City of Prague Museum prepared a virtual tour of the exhibition The History of Floods in Prague to mark the 15th anniversary of the flood in August 2002. You have a unique opportunity to revisit the exhibition which presented the flood …
from 26. 4. 2017
to 29. 10. 2017
First Scream, First Cry… from the neighbourly assistance to the institutionalised midwifery in Prague and its vicinity
First Scream, First Cry… from the neighbourly assistance to the institutionalised midwifery in Prague and its vicinity
Exhibiton / Main Building
The exhibition brings focus to the history of attendance at birth, from individual care to the foundation of medical delivery institutions in Prague. The greatest accent is put on the period between the 2nd half of the 18th and the 1st half …
from 27. 6. 2017
to 1. 10. 2017
Burial Mound of Libeň
Burial Mound of Libeň
Exhibiton / Main Building
The next exhibition from the series OBJECT OF THE SEASON. In 1890, a grave with a skeleton was uncovered in front of the new synagogue in Libeň (the place of discovery is marked in the historical map of Prague). The skeleton was lying in …
Permanent
Prague at the end of the Middle Ages and the start of Modern Times
Prague at the end of the Middle Ages and the start of Modern Times
Displays / Main Building
The second half of the 15th century and the 16th century – the Late Gothic period and the penetration of Renaissance ideas and art into Prague. At the beginning of the 1580’s Emperor Rudolph II, a patron and collector of …
Permanent
Baroque Prague
Baroque Prague
Displays / Main Building
A large number of artistic treasures and documents showing how people lived in Prague have been preserved from the time of the “shining and dark Baroque”. Among the City of Prague Museum’s best collections is …
Permanent
Mediaeval Prague
Mediaeval Prague
Displays / Main Building
  The exhibit begins with a section on the formation of Prague Castle, Vyšehrad and the expansion of the settlement of Prague in the 9th – 12th centuries. With the founding of the Old Town and Malá Strana in the 13th …
Permanent
Prague in prehistory
Prague in prehistory
Displays / Main Building
The permanent display is dedicated to archaeology of Prague from the prehistory to the arrival of the Slavs in the Early Middle Ages. The introductory sections bring information about the beginnings of archaeological research in …
Permanent
The Langweil model of Prague
The Langweil model of Prague
Displays / Main Building
The Langweil model, created in 1826–1837, is a unique exhibit and the most attractive one in the museum. Once it had been cleaned and new lighting had been added it was reopened to the public on 12th April 2007. It …
Permanent
A primer for visitors to historical sights
A primer for visitors to historical sights
Displays / Main Building
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 …
Permanent
3D Projection
3D Projection
Programs / Main Building
3D STEREO CINEMA In February 2009 the unique and ambitious project of model digialization was completed. As a result, the public could view the wholly new dimension of the model – the 3D digital form. Prague has become the only city …
Permanent
3D Projection
3D Projection
Programs / Main Building
In February 2009 the unique and ambitious project of model digialization was completed. As a result, the public could view the wholly new dimension of the model – the 3D digital form. Prague has become the only city in the world to …
Permanent
Langweil’s Playroom for Children
Langweil’s Playroom for Children
Programs / Main Building
The playroom is open during the museum opening hours daily except Mondays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The playroom is a place to rest for little ones and adults and a place of fun and learning. Children can build a puzzle and colour the …
Permanent
Welcome to the Medieval House – Children’s Playroom
Welcome to the Medieval House – Children’s Playroom
Programs / Main Building
The playroom is open during the museum opening hours, daily except Mondays from 9 am to 6 pm, on Saturdays from 9 am to 9 pm. The area is designed as an interior of a house from the Middle Ages, i.e. Gothic era, located in Prague …
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