Did you know that...
The Municipal House, the representative palace of the City of Prague, is rightfully one of the national cultural monuments. Unlike most others, however, it is not a historical monument, accessible only within the tour routes strictly defined by ropes. Concerts, balls, fashion shows, dances, exhibitions, as well as weddings and other private celebrations, as well as coffee in the original Art Nouveau café, Czech specialties in the Pilsner Beer Hall and superb cocktails in the recently reopened American Bar overseen by the famous Prague barista Michal Tretter, are enhanced by the unique genius loci.
Be impressed by the artistic masterpieces of the Czech giants of painting and sculpture of the beginning of the last century - Mikoláš Alš, Josef Václav Myslbek, Ladislav Šaloun, František Ženíšek, Alfons Mucha and many others. Take your children and let them wander through the landmarks of our history. Then they will never forget the important role it played in 1918 and 1989. Here you can pay silent tribute to our ancestors and also have fun. The Municipal House is a monument that lives on with music, visual arts, dance and dining, just as it did 110 years ago.
Don't forget that the current overview of guided tours can be found at https://www.obecnidum.cz/en/visits/
Náměstí Republiky 1090/5
111 21 Praha 1
METRO, TRAM Náměstí Republiky
according to the current schedule of commented tours
Admission price list
with the Prague Visitor Pass