Museums in Pilsen

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Museums in Pilsen

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  • DebLJ
    Raleigh, NC128 contributions
    So much more interesting and educational then the Pilsner Urquell Brewery tour. This place provides tons of background on brewing beer with a large number of artifacts. Everything in English also.
    Written October 18, 2019
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    Written September 22, 2023
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  • Miguel G
    Rio de Janeiro, RJ142 contributions
    The puppets are a tradition in Czechia. The Loutek Puppet Museum is an enchanted place for children and also for adults. You can touch and play with many of the dolls and you can even prepare your own show. It is increbible! It is a must in Plzen!
    Written August 28, 2021
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  • Derrick Lim
    Singapore, Singapore7 contributions
    Historical artefacts about the struggle coming from the Czech Resistance and how they overcome the odds to liberate the Plzen city with the assistance of the US Armor Forces. (the 16th Armored Division and elements of the 97th and 2nd Infantry Divisions liberated Pilsen)

    Simple and yet fascinating appealing attraction if you are a WW2 Fan. Don't missed it. It is just located behind the mall - Plzen Plaza.
    Written December 19, 2022
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  • 545medva
    Budapest, Hungary3,972 contributions
    I think this is one of the best religious museum what we have ever seen. The former monastry was wonderfully renovated - the artifacts are real gems. The Saint Barbora chapel with it paintings from the 14. century are amazing! The "Jewl Case" and the Monastry Library are both great.
    Written July 21, 2017
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  • VinDivan
    Luxembourg206 contributions
    A thoroughly enjoyable collection of Czech glass and ceramics in a beautifully restored building. There is much to see for a one floor exhibit, although too much about old locks and keys perhaps. Along with Czech arts there are German Meissen and French Sevres porcelain pieces… and some ancient Greek, Italian, and Asian wares. I spent more time here than any other museum in Pilsen. Note that the Museum of West Bohemia is several distinct collections in the same location, of which Applied Arts and Crafts (umělecké řemeslo) is just one. It occupies the third floor of the building and the ticket was 80 Czech Koruna when I visited.
    Written October 22, 2019
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  • PavlaPavla
    Chrudim, Czech Republic6,560 contributions
    This nice museum is located in two Renaissance buildings in the Republic Square in the centre of town. Tour with a guide takes approximately one hour. You can see there a lot of interesting exhibits like old furniture, clothes or national costumes. We got many interesting information about how people lived in Pilsen region from our guide. Some of them were really new to me. Because they showed the exhibits on two floors, there were a lot of stairs during tour.

    Takeing pictures without flash was alowed. Entrance fee was 60,-CZK per adult. The museum is worth visiting.
    Written November 20, 2019
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  • Marie B
    Prague, Czech Republic488 contributions
    This time we visited two exhibitions: Nobility&Piety and Czech landscape painting. Quite well presented. In the Masne Kramy Gallery (part of Zapadoceska galerie) we always miss a cafe, and one of the disadvantages is also very difficult parking nearby. In another part of the Zapadoceska galerie, in the Museum, there is a pleasant small cafe (low prices).
    Written February 3, 2016
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  • Tomas T
    Pilsen, Czech Republic45 contributions
    They do not have a real planetarium, but they rather take the telescopes outside and make a public observations with commentary...
    Written July 7, 2016
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