Museum of Public Transport
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Fredrik N
Finspang, Sweden248 contributions
Jun 2022
If you look at the commercial signs along the ceiling when riding one of the "historic trams" in Prague still roaming the streets, you might have read about this museum, because I think those signs might be the only way of finding out it exists.
This museum is quite large, situated in one of the old garages of the trams, part of the garage is still in active service, so don't wander of to the right! Ok, with that said, the have a lot of old trams, and some other vehicles, upon "check-in" you get a folder in desired language telling you the story about the trams on display, there are, I feel, more trams in the folder than on display, just a feeling I get. Anyway, it is great fun, a little cramped, lot of vehicles in a small space.
A visit on a rainy day is no problem, everything is inside. I think is is also fairly accessible, even though there are some cobblestone to traverse.
I loved this museum, I am a little of a transportation nerd, so no surprise maybe. Well worth a visit, even if it doesn't rain.
Written July 3, 2022
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Wallace C
Wigan, UK2 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
Dragged my husband along to this, he didnt enjoy it...I VERY much did. You can keep your glossy magazines and pin up posters, give me a vintage 1945 Praga RND and that's more than enough to get my motor running...if you'll pardon the pun.

Coming back again soon with a change of underwear.
Written September 5, 2020
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Alex P
Prague, Czech Republic20 contributions
Jul 2020 • Friends
This is a really nice museum. They provide a guide in English and several other languages for free. It’s nicely laid out and let’s you see how teams in Prague have developed over the years. Me and my friends spent about an hour and a half wondering through and learned a bunch.
Written July 29, 2020
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MikeyMackTravels
Prague, Czech Republic3,105 contributions
Aug 2021
Really cool museum. Trams, buses and other artifacts that date back over 100 years. The trams and buses are in amazing condition. Lots of great photos from a time gone by. Not much is in english, so have to use the written guide book. We really enjoyed the visit. Great for families with kids.
Written August 4, 2021
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mjw9110
Nottingham, UK31 contributions
Apr 2018 • Solo
A generous selection of well restored trams and buses right from the earliest days, through the communist era up to 21st century. Entry for an adult was 50Kč which is very reasonable.

As for reviews complaining the signs are in Czech... you've taken a holiday to the Czech Republic. Use your smartphone to translate.
Written April 26, 2018
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Warthog69
Newport Pagnell, UK109 contributions
Sep 2013 • Solo
I have been twice it is so good a great Museum with all kinds of trams , trolley buses buses and maintenance units. Opening times are limited but it is well worth a visit and if the heritage route (91) is running you can catch a vintage tram back to town.
Even better is that unlike many museums this one is as cheap as the Prague public transport system that runs it. i can not recciomend it highly enough.
Written June 17, 2014
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Bill R
Ontario57 contributions
Sep 2019
Just the place for a lifelong tram enthusiast like me. The museum is in a former tram shed and displays a large number of Prague trams dating from 1900s up to current times along with relevant tram hardware.There are some buses and trolleybuses, but to me the focus was really the trams. A free guide to the museum collection available in four languages including English explains the collection. Numerous benches throughout the museum allowed me to sit and rest my legs. Gift shop with books, toys and kits just inside the door. A great time on a weekend afternoon.
Written September 17, 2019
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Johnk8920
United Kingdom59 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
A very well laid out museum with a free guide book in English
Lots of trams to view showing how they have developed and changed over the years from the early horse drawn versions through to the latest modern teams of today
If you go on a Sunday you can join the Historic Tram service no 41 that operates from the Museum and takes you for a ride around the city
Please note you cannot use your normal travel card and costs 35 Kroner
Written July 19, 2019
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Allan T
Horley, UK211 contributions
Jun 2019 • Business
Took a tram tour of the city as part of a large organised group.
Very informative guide who gave us a lot of snippets of history and facts.
The hour long tour takes you to the main parts of town.
Worth the trip
Written June 15, 2019
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beckyinit
Manchester, UK35 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
My title says it all really. I enjoyed the first 10 minutes but then I'd got bored and all trams and buses began to look the same. My boyfriend absolutely loved it though. There are things to buy like models and books (but they're in Czech so if you don't understand Czech then I wouldn't buy one!).

Went to the cafe while waiting for Tram 91 and it was pretty much useless if I'm honest. Staff member didn't speak English and the menu was all in Czech so couldn't order any food as we didn't know what it was. Children would probably enjoy it though as there's a playground and some games inside.

Tram 91 was good, boyfriend really enjoyed it. NOTE: 35czk one way; you will need to buy another ticket if you want to go back. The ride is about an hour, stops for 20 minutes or so (where everyone gets off) and then you get back on and buy another ticket. Other than the 'not knowing about the tickets' issue, it was good.

Highly recommend.
Written August 7, 2016
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