National Technical Museum, Prague

National Technical Museum, Prague
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Prague: Official City Pass with Public Transport

Prague: Official City Pass with Public Transport

Enjoy unlimited travel on public transportation throughout Prague, including the journey to the airport and back. Take advantage of admission and discounts on over 70 included experiences. Visit unique historical monuments, museums, and galleries. Take part in guided tours of the city and go on a Vltava River cruise. Present your activated pass at each experience and receive a ticket to the venue (don't forget to keep your ticket). See the full list of the attractions, tours, and other experiences that your pass covers entry to: • Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock (priority lane, elevator included) • Petřín Lookout Tower and Mirror Maze • Clementinum Astronomical Tower and Library • Petřín Funicular • Prague Castle (including the Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica, Cathedral of St. Vitus, and Golden Lane) • Jewish Quarter (Maisel Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Klausen Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall, Spanish Synagogue, Robert Guttmann Gallery, and Jerusalem Synagogue) • Prague Venice - River cruise and Charles Bridge Museum • Powder Tower • Airport Express (round-trip airport journey) • Old Town Bridge Tower • Vintage tram 42, 24-hour ticket • Prague Zoo • Lesser Town Bridge Towers • Lobkowicz Palace • Loreto • Prague TV Tower - Žižkov Television Tower • St. Nicholas Bell Tower • The New Mill Water Tower* • Manifesto Market Andel – welcome drink in the SOOT bar • Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul at Vyšehrad • Municipal House • FOK Prague Symphony Orchestra – standing places* • Štefánik Observatory • Museum Kampa and Werich Villa • Karel Zeman Museum • House at the Golden Ring • Vrtba Garden* • House at the Black Madonna • National Technical Museum • Vyšehrad gothic cellar and casemates and Gorlice Hall • Museum of Decorative Arts • House at the Stone Bell • Railway Kingdom • Planetarium* • Kunsthalle • House of Photography • DOX - Center for Contemporary Art • National Museum of Agriculture • Public Transport Museum • Municipal Library - Gallery • The Podskalská Customs Office at Výtoň • Villa Pellé • HC Sparta Praha* • Ctěnice Chateau Complex • Marold Panorama* • Troja Chateau* • New Town Hall - observation tower* • Galerie Tančící dům • Villa Winternitz Tours:• Old Town and Jewish Town (EN, DE)• Charles Bridge and Lesser Town (EN, DE, ES)• Medieval Underground (EN)• Old Town and Jewish Quarter (EN, FR, IT, DE)• Prague Castle District (EN)• Prague’s communist past (EN)  Discounts are available at:• Great South Tower of St. Vitus Cathedral - 50% off • Guides and Tours - private tours - discount - 200 CZK off • Prague Botas cruises - 20% off • FOK Prague Symphony Orchestra - 20 % off* • Illusion Art Museum Prague 25 % off • Dinosauria Museum Prague - 10 % off • Café Municipal House - coffee for free You can find the complete list in the app or on the website

Prague: National Technical Museum Entry Ticket w/ Intro Tour

Prague: National Technical Museum Entry Ticket w/ Intro Tour

Discover the wonders of the National Technical Museum in Prague with an official admission ticket. Enjoy a brief introduction to the museum before entering the museum, then explore the innovations at your own pace. Visit the 15 permanent exhibitions and any temporary exhibitions with one ticket. Meet your host outside the museum for a short briefing in English to learn more about the collections you are about to see. Then, head into the museum to explore on your own. Discover the influence of technology, natural sciences, and industry in the Czech Republic. See rare and unique exhibits. Visit the 15 permanent exhibitions to learn more about:Architecture, construction, and designAstronomyTransportationPhotographic studioMiningMetallurgyChemistry around usIntercameraMeasurement of TimeMerkur playroomPrintingTechnology in the homeTechnology in toysSugar and chocolateTelevision studio Temporary exhibitions include:March 4, 2022, to Augst 31, 2022 - Next station: Museum of Railway and Electrical Engineering NTMOctober 13, 2021, to May 1, 2022 - Laurels with the smell of gasoline. Interwar Czechoslovak motor sportOctober 27, 2021, to May 22, 2022 - Jan Tatoušek - artist in engineering, architect in designNovember 10, 2021, to May 15, 2022 - Bedřich Feuerstein, architect. Prague - Paris - Tokyo

Prague: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Prague: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the enchanting city of a hundred spires, where history whispers through cobblestone streets and the Vltava River weaves tales of centuries past. This is your gateway to the heart of Europe, a city that wears its rich cultural tapestry with pride - Prague. As you embark on this self-guided audio tour, prepare to be transported through time, exploring the hidden gems and iconic landmarks that define the soul of this Bohemian capital. Unveil the mystique of Prague Castle, where kings and emperors once held court, and lose yourself in the mesmerizing Old Town Square, where each cobblestone seems to echo the footsteps of history. Our journey will lead you through the winding alleys of Mala Strana, the lesser town, where Baroque facades and quaint courtyards invite you to discover the city's more intimate side. Listen to the tales of alchemists and noble families as you stroll across the iconic Charles Bridge, a silent witness to centuries of legends. With the crisp audio guide in your ear, let the stories of Prague's resilient spirit and artistic flair unfold as you explore the atmospheric Jewish Quarter and its profound synagogues. Allow the haunting melodies of Czech music to guide you through the vibrant neighborhoods, from the trendy Vinohrady to the bohemian vibes of Žižkov. As the cityscape transforms beneath the hues of sunset, revel in the city's thriving culinary scene and savor traditional Czech delights. This self-guided audio tour isn't just a journey through Prague's architectural wonders; it's an immersive experience that invites you to connect with the soul of the city, painting an indelible picture of its past, present, and the endless possibilities that lie ahead. Learn more about the top 21 tourist attractions in Prague. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Praha hlavní nádraží! 2. Powder Gate Tower 3. Church of Our Lady before Tyn 4. Old Town Hall with its magnificent Astronomical Clock 5. Old Town Square 6. Franz Kafka Statue 7. Spanish Synagogue and the Jewish Museum 8. Rudolfinum 9. Charles Bridge 10. Lesser Town, or Malá Strana 11. St. Nicholas Church 12. Vrtba Garden 13. Petřín Tower 14. Strahov Monastery 15. St. Vitus Cathedral 16. Prague Castle 17. Lobkowicz Palace 18. Wallenstein Palace Gardens 19. National Technical Museum 20. National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror 21. Vysehrad National Cultural Monument So, tighten your virtual shoelaces and let the rich narratives of Prague weave their magic. Your adventure begins now, as you become the curator of your own exploration, unlocking the secrets of Prague's captivating story, one audio tale at a time.

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(3 reviews)

I ordered the three-day pass and had already paid it back on the first day. The entrance fees in Prague add up quickly. I particularly liked the "Prague Venice" boat tour and the National Library with the Astronomical Tower. However, you have to remember that some attractions have time slot tickets and have to be reserved in advance. I also had a lot of fun walking from one observation tower to the next. I wouldn't have been able to do that without the pass because of the entrance fees. However, if you don't want to do that, there aren't too many attractions left. You have to keep that in mind. The two-hour guided tours were also good. Here you have to reserve by email and have your pass scanned in the old town hall about a quarter of an hour beforehand. I didn't find out about that despite asking, so I'm mentioning it. It's also practical that you only get one voucher, which you can activate at any time.

We had the 48-hour pass and were out and about during that time and saw a lot. We planned our visits around the pass and were able to make more than enough use of it. It was not clear to us that we needed the Prague Visitor app to activate it. It is recommended that you download the pass at home. It only activates when you specify a time or you activate it yourself when necessary. This information would have saved us time and stress on site.

The pass was useful in a way if you have a lot to do/see. With this pass, you have free transport on Prague, but tbh, no one really asked if I had a valid ticket or not, not even once, on any transport facility. People were just literally hopping on and off, no one checked for tickets. That being said, it did give ease of mind knowing I had a valid transport pass incase anyone inquires.

It's totally worth it. You visit many places more economically than without the card, you get around as much as you want with public transport and it includes some tours like the Vltava cruise which was great!!! Nice experience

The many things included, the fact that the attractions could not be booked from afar but only on site.