Prague Castle Museums & exhibitions

Our most recommended Prague Castle Museums & exhibitions

Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

1. Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

Explore the majestic Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle on an informative and entertaining tour. The audio guide is narrated by members of the Lobkowicz family. Wander around the 22 art-laden rooms at your own leisure gawking at the world-famous art and historical artifacts. Marvel at paintings by Canaletto and Velázquez, see musical scores written by Mozart and Beethoven, and take delight in centuries-old decorative arts.  Discover the highlights at Prague Castle. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the biggest church in Prague. See the Old Royal Palace, the original seat of the Czech kingdom. Explore St. George´s Basilica and Golden Lane, the picture-perfect alleyway of cottages that once housed the Castle´s servants, goldsmiths, and soldiers.

Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

2. Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

Enjoy a feast for your ears, and listen to classical music brought to life by a group of professional musicians at Lobkowicz Palace in the Prague Castle complex. The midday concert takes place in the 17th-century Baroque Concert Hall, where the painted stucco ceilings will have you in raptures. One of the most important cultural sites of the Czech Republic, Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately owned building in the castle complex. The concert program varies from day-to-day, but invariably includes solo and ensemble pieces by Baroque composers such as Bach and Vivaldi, alongside great 19th-century Czech composers, including Dvořák and Smetana. Add a touch of romance to your day with this aural experience that is also a delight for the eyes. Concert program: M. A. Charpentier - Te Deum A. Vivaldi - Allegro (From Four Seasons) Philipp Hyacinth Lobkowicz - Suite in C major W. A. Mozart - Turkische Marsch Ch. W. Gluck - Pizzicato L. van Beethoven - For Elise J. J. Benda - Grave Piéce for Flute solo G. Bizet - Carmen Fantasie A. Dvořák - Valse B. Smetana - Vltava C. Debussy - The Girl with flaxen hair C. Debussy - Danse bohémienne W. A. Mozart - Vivat Bacchus

Prague: Prague Castle, Jewish Quarter, Clock Tower Admission

3. Prague: Prague Castle, Jewish Quarter, Clock Tower Admission

Reserve your tickets to some of Prague's top attractions, which you can pickup at a convenient central location near the town square. Visit historic Prague Castle, the synagogues of the Jewish Quarter, and the famous Astronomical Clock Tower at the heart of the Old Town. Prague Castle Visit Prague Castle and discover the former residence of Kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman Emperors, and presidents of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. Explore the beautiful interiors and buildings of the castle such as St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George's Basilica, and the Daliborka Tower. Astronomical Clock Tower Prior to entering the tower itself, pause to admire the Astronomical Clock on the facade of the tower. With your entrance tickets take the stairs or an elevator up to the top, where you'll enjoy amazing views over the Old Town Square and the rest of Prague. With this ticket, you can also visit the Old Town Hall. Discover its beautiful halls and a quaint chapel. Jewish Quarter With the admission ticket to the Jewish Quarter, you will gain entrance to the most famous synagogues without waiting in any lines. Start exploring and learn about the long history of the Jewish community in the city. Visit Maisel Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Klausen Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall, Spanish Synagogue, and the Jewish Museum of Prague, where you will find a variety of exhibitions. At the Maisel Synagogue, touch screens will allow you to browse through old Hebrew manuscripts and to view historical maps of Jewish settlements. You will also get a chance to see the impressive interior of the Spanish Synagogue. Visit the Jewish Museum of Prague to view the permanent exhibition: Jews in the Bohemian Lands, 19th-20th centuries. Learn more about the history of Jews in the Bohemian region from the reforms of Joseph II in the 1780s to the period after the Second World War.

Prague: Castle, National Museum, and Old Town Hall

4. Prague: Castle, National Museum, and Old Town Hall

Enjoy your visit to Prague at your own pace, avoiding long lines for the top 3 sights. Pick up your admission tickets at a central location and let the exploration begin. Each ticket is valid for 2 days from the day it is issued and includes 1 entry to each attraction.  Explore Prague Castle and learn about its history stretching back to the 9th century. Over the years it has been home to Kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman Emperors, and presidents of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. Following Circuit B, explore the highlights of the castle including its beautiful interiors as well as St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica, and Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower. Wander on to the Gothic-style Astronomical Clock Tower which has stood the test of time and continues to be one of the most popular attractions in Prague. Before you enter, check out the clock from the outside to see a statue of Christ march out, followed by his disciples. The Grim Reaper also makes an appearance ringing a bell and checking to see whose time has come. 75% of the parts on this clock are original and date back from to the 15th century. With your ticket, enter the Old Town Hall and take the elevator to the tower for panoramic views of Prague's Old Town.  Last but not least, visit the National Museum to discover the Czech Republic's natural history, history, art, and music. 

Prague: River Boat Cruise and Guided Tour with Drink

5. Prague: River Boat Cruise and Guided Tour with Drink

Be picked up from the Tourist Information Center and walk for 45 minutes to the port with your guide. See Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, and Kampa Island while listening to stories about Prague Castle, Lesser Town, and Old Town. Enjoy the walking portion of the tour in English. Hop aboard a riverboat and cruise through Prague's Little Venice on a tour of the waterways of the Čertovka district. Learn the history of the city and its main monuments. Snap photos of Old Town landmarks and listen to your audio guide. Depart from below the Charles Bridge and get an unbeatable view of Prague Castle. Enter the Devil’s Channel which is thought to have been built in the 12th century by the Knights of Malta. Sip on water, juice, mulled wine, tea, or a small beer. Get an entry ticket to the Charles Bridge Museum and learn more about the Gothic structure of Prague's oldest river crossing as a bonus.

Prague: 3–Hour Castle Grounds Walking Tour and River Cruise

6. Prague: 3–Hour Castle Grounds Walking Tour and River Cruise

Start your tour with a short walk from the Old Town Square to the Clementinum. Head to Charles Bridge, and step onto a boat for a relaxing cruise along the river, complete with refreshments. Cruise past many important sites on a voyage up the legendary Devil’s Stream. Visit the Charles Bridge Museum to complete this leg of your tour. Follow your guide across Charles Bridge and learn about its intriguing history. From there, head to Malá Strana (Lesser Town), a part of Prague renowned for its red clay-tiled roofs and beautiful Baroque buildings. See Kampa Island, one of Prague’s secret jewels, where the beloved Lennon Wall is located. From Lesser Town, ride one of Prague’s trams to the top of Castle Hill where Prague Castle overlooks the entire city. Take the opportunity to walk around the many buildings that make up this expansive and historic castle. Discover the awe-inspiring St. Vitus Cathedral and the Romanesque St. George Basilica, known for its classical music concerts and numerous cultural displays. Finish your tour in the castle grounds in the city's oldest vineyard to capture stunning panoramic photographs of Prague. The journey on foot provides plenty of time for an entertaining and informative talk about Prague's famous sites throughout the tour.

Prague City Tour with Vltava River Cruise

7. Prague City Tour with Vltava River Cruise

Enjoy a comprehensive half-day tour of Prague with an expert guide. This 3-5-hour tour combines a minibus tour of Prague, a scenic river cruise, and a walking tour of the Prague Castle area. During the minibus tour, you will pass the National Theatre, enjoy panoramic views of Prague Castle, and view the Rudolfinum as well as the Old and New Synagogues. Upon arrival at the city’s famous Charles Bridge, start your 1-hour cruise along the Vltava River. Admire more panoramic views of Prague Castle, residence of Czech rulers since the 9th-Century, and Charles Bridge itself, founded by Charles IV in the 14th-Century. Relax as you cruise by Cechuv Bridge and the National Theatre. Next, you will enjoy a guided walking tour of the Prague Castle area. Walk along the Charles Bridge, view the Klementinum, and the Town Hall - not available from 1 November  to  31 March-, ending at Old Town Square.

Prague: Private Guided Tour by Vintage Car with Local Drink

8. Prague: Private Guided Tour by Vintage Car with Local Drink

You will be picked up from the meeting point in a vintage Trabant 601 vehicle from late 70s by an English speaking driving guide and on a way to the first stop you will get to see from the car the Charles Bridge and its panorama as well as the Prague Castle. First stop is very emotional, unique and the most important war memorial of operation Anthropoid. Operation Anthropoid was a cover up name for assassination of Reinhard Heydrich by brave Czechoslovak paratroopers in occupied Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Two very brave man (Josef Gabcik and Jan Kubis), were selected and trained for this mission and were sent back along with many other para-groups to Protectorate. The local resistance risked their lives and lives of their families to fight against the Nazi occupation... You will be driven by an enthusiastic tour guide to the Monument of National Heroes to Heydrich terror where 7 soldiers and patriots fought until their last breathe for almost 8 hours against approximately 800 nazis and you will learn about details that can not be found in any guide book but only heard from those who met the survivors of the Czechoslovak resistance and investigated every detail. After visiting the St. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral and the spot outside with golden bricks where the bodies were identified you will be taken to the crypt which is these days a war museum with photo evidence and very important artefacts as well as the actual underground (crypt) where are still holes from the bullets in the walls. To wash away all that sadness you will be offered a shot of Becherovka - Czech traditional liquor in the pub on the opposite of the memorial called Pub of the Paratroopers, which is also themed with the resistance pictures and carries very unique atmosphere. From there you will be driven in Trabant 601 around the Dancing House and see again the Panorama of the Prague castle and then up the hills of Prague 5 through serpentines to the Great Stadium of Strahov. It is a very forgotten but important monument from the 1st Czechoslovak republic and you will be showed Trabant car, how it works and be told about communist era and how is this stadium connected with it. After the tour you can either be dropped back in the Old Town or outside the Prague Castle.

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What people are saying about Prague Castle

An excellent tour in the little blue trabant. Our guide was fabulous and funny with lots of information about communism and WW2 history. The offer to test drive was super and great fun. Highly recommend this trip for an interesting and different way to explore the city.

Fantastic area, however, it was so big that you would have needed a full day or two to see everything. The ticket was valid for two days, but unfortunately we took the day before going home

One hour of classical music concert; private for 80 people, in the middle of a spectacular space for the view... it is well worth it.

Very good value....we especially enjoyed the golden lane , with all the small historical shops/homes.

very valuable a lot of walk but beautiful views and buildings also some accessabile places there