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Apple Museum Prague

477 Reviews

Apple Museum Prague

477 Reviews
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Husova 156/21, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
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Old TownPrague Metro4 min
bridgePrague Metro6 min
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Take a walk through the shadows of Prague on a haunted history tour that reveals the city’s sinister side. Follow a guide along the cobblestone lanes and through lamp-lit squares of the UNESCO-listed old town, passing by the sites of murders, crimes, alchemy, ghost sightings, and other unsolved mysteries. It's a spooky way to kick off an evening in one of the oldest parts of town.
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Katrine Maria B wrote a review Jun 2020
1 contribution
The Apple Museum in Prague is a very cool Museum with a lot of great stuff - you should definitely see for yourself! Katrine M. B.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Touradviser wrote a review Mar 2020
3 contributions2 helpful votes
The museum displays a unique retro-collection of Apple technology. Huge exposition. Very informative.
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Date of experience: March 2020
RMP1978 wrote a review Feb 2020
Dakar, Senegal70 contributions6 helpful votes
The tickets, even those purchased online, are a bit expensive considering there has been no Apple product update beyond 2012. The most recent Apple iPhones, iPads, iPods etc, in the museum are from 2012. Ostensibly, this is because Steve Jobs passed away in late-2011 so the 2012 product line is the last in this museum. Nonetheless, the museum is really interesting thanks in large part to the online guide you can access on your phone. Without that guide, there isn't any other information. Apart from the name of the product, you will be faced with blank walls. Unfortunately I had to spend much of my time looking at the error screen in the photo attached to this review. I felt compelled to share this with the teenager working at the front desk (one of two employees in the museum--the other being the teenage barista). I showed her on my phone what I had been looking at during most of the visit and let her know that others had the same issue. She LITERALLY shrugged her shoulders. Not figuratively, but literally made that gesture. I know she's young and her customer skill set still needs to be developed, but she could have at least pretended to write something down for tech support or say, "i'll let my manager know". So a worthwhile visit if the online guide is working. Check when you arrive and if you get a shrug of the shoulders, turn around and walk away.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Lucy G wrote a review Feb 2020
Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom83 contributions29 helpful votes
Very informative, couldn’t believe the amount of Apple productions on show. Not interactive in any way, so wouldn’t say it’s suitable for children as they’d likely get bored.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Dentone wrote a review Jan 2020
Bridlington, United Kingdom448 contributions62 helpful votes
A huge collection of immaculate preserved apple products,, we bought our ticket on the day which was a bit more expensive than booking in advance but we weren't sure when to visit so it didn't matter to us. The museum is immaculately clean and well preserved. You can connect you phone to their wifi for a free guide and explanation of each item. The 45 minute video was really enjoyable! I had such a good time here, and I wouldn't call myself a apple fanatic more of a technology enthusiast.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Response from Apple M, Manažer at Apple Museum Prague
Responded Jan 27, 2020
It’s a pleasure for us that you enjoyed your visit! Thank you for your feedback
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