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Municipal House
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Municipal House
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Bar Theme Traditional Café
Performances Classical Concerts
Air conditioning Yes
Smoking Policy All non-smoking
Elevator/Lift Yes
Wheelchair Access Yes
Wi-Fi Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Dress Code Recommendations No official dress code for concerts. Attire is mostly smart casual
Address of Municipal House
Municipal House
Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1
Czech Republic
Public transport to get to Municipal House
Metro station: Namesti Republiky (line B)
Tram stop: Namesti Republiky (trams 5, 8, 24, 26)
Places of interest near to Municipal House
- Old Town Square
- Wenceslas Square
- Francouzska Restaurant
- Plzenska Czech Restaurant
- Adore Restaurant
- Medieval Tavern
- La Casa Argentina Restaurant & Bar
- Kolkovna Czech Restaurant
- Bily Konicek Restaurant
- Café Mozart
- Indian Jewel Restaurant
Map of Municipal House in Prague Book Opera & Concerts
Municipal House in Prague is the city's foremost Art Nouveau building, and one of the finest in Europe.

Inside is a magnificent complex of rooms, including the largest concert hall in Prague, an elegant French restaurant, a Czech beer hall style restaurant, a traditional café, the first American bar in the Czech Republic and exhibition rooms.

Municipal House opened in 1912, having been constructed on the site of the former Royal Court Palace. It gained fame on the 28th October 1918 when the historic proclamation of the independent state of Czechoslovakia took place here.

Municipal House is the main attraction on Republic Square. It stands next to the Powder Gate, one of the original entrances to Prague's Old Town. Both the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square are just a few minutes walk away.

It is a beautiful building from all aspects. The outside has intricate stonework, gold trimmings, frescos and stained glass windows.

Inside, a marble staircase leads to the huge Smetana Concert Hall, which is only rivalled by the Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum. The Smetana is an architectural masterpiece, a mix of carved white stone and gold illuminated by hundreds of lights, and with frescos by Karel Spillar adorning the walls.

Classical concerts in the Smetana boast some of the largest orchestras to play the city. Indeed Municipal House is home to the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.

The first-class Francouzska Restaurant is a delightful place to enjoy French, Czech and International cuisine in grand surroundings. While downstairs is Plzenska Restaurant, which serves more traditional Czech fare in a lively beer hall atmosphere.

Next to Plzenska Restaurant is the swish American Bar, the perfect place for a pre-dinner or pre-concert drink, serving a range of cocktails, spirits, beers and wines.

Municipal House also hosts temporary exhibitions, which we list in Prague events.

All concerts listed on Prague Experience at Municipal House take place in the grand Smetana Concert Hall. For listings and to book tickets: Prague concerts

To discover more about Municipal House, take a Prague tour:
Prague Grand City Sightseeing Tour
Prague Grand City Sightseeing Tour & Boat
Prague Intro Sightseeing Tour
Best of Prague Walking Tour
Prague All Inclusive Walking Tour & Boat.

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