National Museum of Agriculture


Located next to the National Technical Museum, Prague's agriculture museum is a great place to take little ones. Exhibits include moving tractors, lots of big machinery and a gastronomy studio. In the summer, don't miss heading up to the rooftop garden to enjoy great views across the city.

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1. National Technical Museum

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Prague’s family-friendly National Technical Museum got a high-tech renovation in 2012 and is a dazzling presentation of the country's industrial heritage…

2. Letná Gardens

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Lovely Letná Gardens occupies a bluff over the Vltava River, north of the Old Town, and has postcard-perfect views out over the city, river, and bridges…

3. Chemistry Gallery

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Edgy gallery dedicated to showing contemporary urban art, street art and graffiti from young Czech and international artists. Artists include Pasta Oner,…

4. Convent of St Agnes

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In the northeastern corner of Staré Město is the former Convent of St Agnes, Prague’s oldest surviving Gothic building. The 1st-floor rooms hold the…

5. Novomlýnská Water Tower


A obscure branch of the Prague City Museum, this now defunct, 17th-century water tower houses an interesting exhibit on the various fires that have change…

6. Josefov

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The slice of Staré Město bounded by Kaprova, Dlouhá and Kozí contains the remains of the once-thriving quarter of Josefov, Prague’s former Jewish ghetto,…

7. Stromovka Park

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Just west of Výstaviště, Stromovka is central Prague’s largest park. In the Middle Ages it was a royal hunting preserve, which is why it’s sometimes…

8. Spanish Synagogue


The Spanish Synagogue is named after its striking Moorish-Andalucian interior. Dating from 1868, its exhibition records the story of Jews in the Czech…