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Czech Museum of Music
Lesser Town, Prague 1

Czech Museum of Music
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Opening Times
Wednesday-Monday 10:00-18:00
Elevator/Lift Yes
Wheelchair Access Yes - more info
Smoking Policy Non-smoking
Dress Code Recommendations No official dress code for concerts. Attire is mostly smart casual
Address of Czech Museum of Music
Czech Museum of Music
Karmelitska 2, Lesser Town, Prague 1, Czech Republic
Tel: +420 224 497 737
Public transport to get to Czech Museum of Music
Tram stop: Hellichova (trams 12, 20, 22)
Directions to get to Czech Museum of Music
By tram, alight at Hellichova and walk 150 metres in the direction of the Lesser Town Square (Malostranske namesti). The museum is located on the right-hand side. It is also an easy walk from the Lesser Town Square.
Places of interest near to Czech Museum of Music
- Charles Bridge
- Lesser Town (Mala Strana)
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- U Mecenase Restaurant
- U Maliru 1543 Restaurant
- Coda Restaurant
- Kampa Park Restaurant
- Hergetova Cihelna Restaurant
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Map of Czech Museum of Music in Prague
The Czech Museum of Music is located in the former Baroque church of St. Mary Magdalene, built in the 17th Century, in the Lesser Town area of Prague.

The building underwent major reconstruction some years ago, and now blends early Baroque church architecture with contemporary design.

The grandiose assembly hall has been revitalised. Its stonework gleams once more, and lighting, both natural and from spotlights, shows off the true height and intricate aspects of the building.

The driving force behind the renovation works was the need to provide a better space for museum exhibits. This has been achieved, the Czech Museum of Music now has a collection of around 700,000 items, documenting the history of music in the city and the wider world.

Most extensive are the Music Notation Archive and the Recordings Library. But there are also collections of manuscripts, iconography, and press documentation, as well as materials from personal estates, libraries, the Musical Instruments Collection, and items from the two great Czech composers, Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák.

At certain times the Czech Museum of Music also hosts temporary exhibitions. To read about forthcoming displays, see our Prague events calendar.


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