It is centrally located, access is easy, go if you are in the center anyway. The entrance fee is a little high, in my opinion for what you get. Learn about Smetana's life and can hear his music, about 10 pieces to choose from. The only thing we have learned that we did not know before is that how small were the glasses that Smetana was wearing. The museum would be a god place to visit for someone who is interested in Smetana's music, familiar with the composer and wants to "validate" the knowledge with the visit. There is a grand piano there but you can't play it, of course. You have to pay extra to be allowed to take photos, not that it was tempting to take pictures there. Went because we love Smetana's operas..
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