The Museum of Communism is the primary attraction of its kind in Prague, leading visitors through the life of the Czech people during the times of the Soviet Union.
Displays include many original artefacts from the communist era, such as statues and pictures, reading materials, military objects, and there is even a fully reconstructed school classroom.
Visitors gain a good understanding of the way things were during the communist era; the propaganda, and the good and bad experiences of the Czech people.
A projection room provides a space for regular film screenings, educational activities and occasional lectures.
The Museum of Communism has a wealth of material at its disposal. As well their own comprehensive archive, they have obtained exhibits from other major collections.
With so many old communist sights now removed from the Prague streets, the Museum of Communism stands as an authoritative historical narrative of this 20th century phenomenon.