It is amazing to see what can be created with such simple materials and in such a way that you can only see them through microscope, it is really extraordinary!
This is a very small museum but then it's artifacts are minuscule. I found the ticket price worth it based on the novelty of gazing at works of art so small, and each one handmade. It took us a few minutes to find it, it was basically around the back of where the gps kept taking us to, so keep... More
the place looks very small. at the beginning I wanted to leave but eventually I decided to walk in and it was great decision. the art works are amazing and you don't believe your eyes. don't miss it!!
To be honest was expecting this to be a slightly bigger museum. The items on show are very well created and you do need the magnifiers to see that majority of thins. The items with the microscopes are a lot easier to view than the ones with the hand held glasses. We only stayed in there for less than 15... More
When you enter the small museum, located in the area of the monastery, you have the impression that in that small room there would be only half a dozen things to see. That was our first mistake. There's not thousands of objects being exhibited, maybe only a hundred, but you will be amazed by any one of them. The second... More
We loved this little gem a lot! Sailing boat on the wing of a mosquito, swan lake on a poppy-seed, Pushkin portrait on a rice seed, train on a hair, camel caravan in the needle eye..... Looking through the magnifying lense we kept repeating: "oh my god!" Just as the lady arrived a few minutes after us :) Entrance fee... More
A nice and unique experience. This museum is located near the Strahov Monastery and even though it is very small the exhibits are very interesting and some of them amusing. Of interest is the smallest book and a flee with scissors and other instruments.
This museum may not be large but it's pretty amazing! The tiny artworks are good but the miniature objects are simply incredible! Maybe not the best value ticket - we were in there less than 10 minutes, but it won't break the bank and it's certainly worth it for the quirkiness.
Although quite small with about 20 exhibits, each and every one is a marvel. The skill taken to create these world record holding wonders is simply astonishing. Definately worth a visit, Matt and Laura, Southampton UK
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