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The reconstruction was completed in 1988 and the City of Prague then assigned the house to the Prague City Gallery, which uses it as a space for its significant exhibition projects. The building also houses a bookstore offering a wide range of...more
Very interesting building with some very unique Designs. The building has been modified and rearrange the number of times over the years it’s currently being used as a museum specifically the architecture. It’s a neat house off Townsquare close to the church.
Such an amazing art centre: no matter how wonderful the present exhibit might be, you have to take the time to enjoy the glorious architecture of the Stone Bell House. It is never crowded, information is available in English and the shop is great (has...More
The House at Stone Bell is located on the corner of the narrow street of Týnská running off of the Old Town Square. This three story house has excellent Gothic windows dating back to the early-1400s. Now it is home to an art gallery, shop...More
The origins of the stone bell house date from the 13th century, built as a town palace most likely for King John of Luxembourg. It is the only house in Prague remaining in its original Gothic appearance. Now, the building serves as the venue for...More
The Stone Bell House is one of several buildings operated by Prague City Gallery (Galerie Hlavniho mesta Prahy). At the time I was in Prague, an exhibition by Czech artist Jaroslav Rona was going on at the Stone Bell House, located off the cities Old...More
Inexpensive gallery with great interior. The exhibit we saw was "Rona", prolific postmodern Czech artist with post-apocalyptic imagery. Very surreal because it's inside a bell house from the 13th century. Check it out if you're looking for something to do in the main town square!
Another part of Prague Museum this house is an art gallery. Till the end of October 2017 they exhibit art works of Jaroslav Rona. Very interesting sculptures, paintings and drawings. Look for the exhibitions schedule and visit!
I popped in as this was a free attraction with the Prague city card. The building is a lovely early medieval tower and some remnants of the architecture remains inside but it has been largely covered and now houses modern art. I wasn't interested in...More
The Stone Bell House was one of the attractions included in the Prague Pass. But when we came to use it the grumpy guy behind the office grunted and said we are closed. It wasn't there were people looking around. What he should have said...More
Kateřina L, Manažer at Stone Bell House, responded to this reviewResponded February 28, 2017
Sorry, The Stone Bell House was really closed, changed the exhibition here. The new exhibition "Edward Steinberg: From Moscow to Paris" is open from 25 February 2017.
One of the historical landmarks on Old Town Square. It’s sits adjacent to the Church of Our Lady before Tyn. It adds to the city scape of the Old Town Square, with its gothic style architecture but beyond its historical value, it’s also an art...More
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.