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A really good hour or two, depending on your stamina! The first room had a Fender Squier Strat to play, a mini moog synth and a Theramin (where else can you get to try one?) We spent half an hour in there. It really helps...More
Czech Museum of Music is located near Funicular Railway in Prague. Here you can learn a lot about music for adults and play instruments and some games for children. We came with my daughter and she enjoy a lot. A very good place for all...More
Me and my mum were looking forward to visiting here, however the second we walked into the cafe of the museum and forgot to close the door (my mum said sorry and shut the door) the man working there swore/glared at us (made us feel...More
We walked past this museum on our way to more “tourist-y” attractions, and my husband and 16-year-old son humored me when I suggested we go in. The musical instruments on display are SO COOL! We had a blast trying a harp, a Moog, and (my...More
For my last day at Prague, I wanted to visit a museum focused on Czech music. I was not left disappointed. If you want to learn about how modern fairytale music and classical composition developed throughout Czech history, go to the Czech Music Museum.
Several absolute winners for me:
1. Free to play piano in the main hall. Live/ad hoc/spontaneous art is great.
2. Main hall accoustic is great. I'd love to sing there. Staff let us enjoy the building!
3. Wonderful exhibit on folk music really piqued my...More
We visited this museum during the week and it was a bit quiet. They had a fairy tale exhibition on at the moment though the material was a bit sparse. The permanent collection was more fun and interactive, and you could get your hands on...More
I consider myself a music enthusiast, and I enjoyed my visit a lot. Although a set of 10 violins that are slightly different but you are not sure if it matters can be dull to examine, but there are a lot of exciting things. For...More
Malá Strana is one of the oldest and the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city. Nestled underneath Prague Castle it was once a part of the Kings route taken by future kings on their way to coronation - originating in the Old Town, crossing Charles Bridge and leading to Saint Vitus Cathedral. Cobblestone streets are lined with picturesque medieval houses, remarkable palaces, churches, kitsch
shops and restaurants. Do not hesitate to turn a corner into any narrow street. You will suddenly find yourself in a calm and charming neighborhood full of hidden gardens, parks with peacocks, fruit trees and ponds. As the neighborhood is a home to Czech Parliament and many ministries, you can also run into well-dressed officials. If you are thirsty or hungry, it is the right place to be. Restaurants offer delicious traditional food and of course, the best Czech beers.
I think we spent about an hour there, in total. It's not huge, but it was interesting! There was a special exhibit (on children's story-telling using music and Czech fairy/folk tales) that we could have spent more time in if... More
I think we spent about an hour there, in total. It's not huge, but it was interesting! There was a special exhibit (on children's story-telling using music and Czech fairy/folk tales) that we could have spent more time in if we had children with us (we didn't, but it was still interesting) and then you wander through a couple floors of exhibit cases with some really, really interesting instruments in them. We enjoyed it.