The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague's Jewish Quarter is barely mentioned in the guidebooks. However, it is a small gem, and definitely with a visit. The museum consists of just a few large rooms, devoted to cloth/costumes/tapestry, metal, timepieces, glass/ceramics, and treasures. Each room has its own amazing displays, all well-lighted, and labeled in Czech and English.
Unless you are an expert in any of these areas. You can see most of the museum highlights in two or three hours. This will be time well spent. Don't miss it!
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