While there were no guides in the museum there was enough information for a an interested visitor.
The museum has 2 main themes - WW1 and WW2 each on each floor.
There are uniforms, rifles, medals, cannons and whatnot of almost any country which took part in the wars. Also there is enough written info (czech/english/german, i think) that tells the history of the wars and of course the part of the czech history in those times.
There also was a part that was dedicated to the Sokol movement - an gymnastics organization that played a major role in czech self identification and gaining independence after WW1.
Being a fan of sports and politics i was thrilled.
Also, the museum is located at a lower part of a hill, we walked up till its top after we were done in the museum to discover a beautiful monument and a great panorama on the city. It wasnt an easy walk up, but was well worth it.
Last thing, there was no entrance fee to the musuem.
Bottom line - if you're a fan of military history this place is well worth cheking out.
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