Enjoy two of Prague's top cultural experiences on one ticket and save money on your visit, too, with this Prague Super Saver. Enjoy a classical music recital in Lobkowicz Palace's baroque concert hall, and listen to orchestral performances of pieces by composers such as Bach and Dvořák. Then, visit the Lobkowicz Palace Museum. Plug into an audio guide and marvel at paintings of Czech royalty by artists including Canaletto and Velázquez. Admire displays of 16th-century ceramics, decorative arts from the Bohemian era and original music scores including Beethoven's 'Symphony No. 4.'
Enjoy classical music in the spectacular setting of Prague's Lobkowicz Palace Begin your afternoon classical music concert at the famous Prague Castle, near the heart of the city. The concert starts at 1pm, and you're free to visit the Lobkowicz Palace Museum either beforehand or afterward.Prague Castle Classic Afternoon Concert at Lobkowicz Palace (1 hour)Head inside Prague's UNESCO-listed castle grounds and make your way through to Lobkowicz Palace's baroque concert hall, the venue for your classical music performance. Take your seat and enjoy the spectacular setting as beautiful chamber music fills the hall. The perfect location for a classical music concert, Lobkowicz Palace is famous for its impressive ceiling frescoes — painted by Czech artist Václav Fabián Harovník — and beautiful acoustics. Enjoy a diverse selection of classical music recitals, with solo and orchestral performances of works by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Vivaldi alongside famous Czech composers such as Dvořák and Smetana. When the curtain falls, exit the hall and head on to the Lobkowicz Palace Museum at your leisure.Lobkowicz Palace Museum Entrance TicketCollect your audio guide at the entrance to the Lobkowicz Palace Museum and head inside to begin your self-guided tour. Explore the museum's 22 galleries at your leisure and listen to expert narration from members of the Lobkowicz family via your audio guide. During your visit, admire magnificent paintings of Czech royalty by famous artists including Canaletto and Velázquez, weapons and armor from historic battles across Europe and porcelain ceramics from the 15th to 17th centuries. Discover decorative arts dating back to the Bohemian era and marvel at original music scores including Beethoven's 'Symphony No. 4' and Mozart's re-orchestration of Handel's 'Messiah,' written in his own hand. When your Lobkowicz Palace Museum visit comes to an end, step outside to conclude your tour.