I didn't plan to go to the Lobkowicz Palace when I visited the Prague Castle,
but then I realised it hosts a collection of musical instruments and autograph manuscripts by many of the greatest composers of the 18th and early 19th centuries, including Beethoven and Mozart, which really interested me.
I'm so glad I did!
The Lobkowicz collection is the oldest and largest privately owned art collection in the Czech Republic, I really enjoyed seeing the artefacts and the audio tour, in particular paintings and the music archive.
Before my trip to Prague I booked a couple of evening concerts, when I visited Lobkowicz Palace I realised that the palace hosts concerts as there was one taking place during my visit. Such a shame that I hadn't realised this sooner I think it'd be a wonderful experience enjoying a concert in this delightful setting.
If you're interested in European History and history of art you'd be fascinated by this place, the admission is even higher than Prague Castle but personally think it's worth it.
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