Although a little pricey 250kc - the guy running it made it definitely worthwhile. We got to try out kgb hats and hold guns and pose for pics on our own cameras. It took about an hour.
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Only a small museum however what it lacks in size it makes up for in character. Tour guide was really enthusiastic and knowledgeable and he let's you play dress up with hats and guns which was cool. Some of the items are really interesting such...More
my favourite trip in prague. i would say a must to any visitor. the place is only small but so much inside its like a tardis. the guide is great and you get hands on with some of the gadgets. quote trip advisor on leaving...More
Very interesting input. Especially for me, being a daughter of the ex-KGB agent. A lot of new information. Our guide seemed to still living in that era, which I found truly inspiring, and he was deeply inspired by his work. The experience that I gained...More
Liked learing about what life was like during the Communist era. The exhibits were well explained in a number of languages and there was an excellent film as well. The space was a bit cramped but not a huge problem.
This is essentially an enthusiasts collection of KBG items in one room. Even so, I loved it The "tour guide" is a real character and very knowledgeable about his collection. He gets you to play dress up with hats and guns and gives you the...More
This museum is actually the owners impressive personal collection, he is very passionate on the subject and has some great info.The museum itself is pretty small with only 2 rooms with no fancy gimmicks or modern interactive exhibits. I found the tour very interesting but...More
I wasn't too sure I would enjoy this museum as I don't know much about the Soviet state or the KGB but my partner really wanted to go and so we planned to go after we had been to the castle. It is easy to...More
When we entered we were slightly worried that the apparently small size of the museum wouldn't provide value for money but we couldn't have been more wrong! The owner of the museum guided us through its entirety and knew his stuff. He made us join...More