Limited opening hours – Basilica of Sts Peter and Paul at Vyšehrad

Visiting restrictions: 
20. 7. from 11:00 to 13:30 (Wedding)
20. 7. from 14:00 to 16:30 (Wedding)
24. 7. from 11:00 to 13:30 (Wedding)
1. 8. from 10:00 to 12:30 (Wedding)
24. 8. from 11:00 to 13:30 (Wedding)

Limited opening hours – Troja Chateau

19. 7. closed
20. 7. closed
21. 7. closed
23. 7. open from 10:00 to 14:00

Limited opening hours – Lobkowicz Palace

17. 7. the terrace will be closed

Limited opening hours – The Podskalská Customs Office at Výtoň

We apologize for closing the exhibition during these days:
13. 7. closed
14. 7. closed
20. 7. closed
21. 7. closed

Vintage Tram (Circuit Line 42)

Long-term route change (June 29 – September 30)
Route change: 
Dlabačov – Pohořelec – Brusnice – Pražský hrad – Královský letohrádek – Malostranská – Právnická fakulta – Staroměstská – Karlovy lázně – Národní divadlo – Jiráskovo náměstí – Palackého náměstí – Karlovo náměstí – Novoměstská radnice – Národní třída – Národní divadlo – Újezd – Hellichova – Malostranské náměstí – Malostranská – Královský letohrádek – Pražský hrad – Brusnice – Pohořelec – Dlabačov

Short-term change (13. 7. – 14. 7.)
In this term, line number 42 will not run through the Pohořelec and Dlabačov stops. The historic tram will start its first two circuits at the Brusnice stop and end its circuit at the Královka loop. The other circuits (from 11:15) start and end on the Královka loop. You can find the full timetable here.


Prague Castle – The Gate of Giants will be temporarily closed due to renovation

The Gate of Giants will close for a few weeks from Monday 8th July. The reason is the planned reconstruction. The reopening is scheduled for the last week of August. The ceremonial changing of the Guards will therefore temporarily replace the performance of the Music of the Castle Guard at the III. courtyard. Thank you for your understanding.

Tim Burton: The Return (1. 5. – 30. 9. 2024)

Get a 15% discount on the exhibition "Tim Burton: Returns" with the Prague Visitor Pass.
The exhibition explores more than 50-year artistic career of this visual storyteller, who always manages to lighten his darkly tuned stories with his trademark exaggeration and humor. It features over 600 works, including storyboards, sketches, scene designs, puppets, and photographs.

Limited opening hours – Galerie Villa Pellé

Due to the renovation, the gallery will be closed from July 1 to September 30, and the exhibition program will not take place. Thank you for your understanding.

Limited opening hours – House at the Golden Ring

From July 1 to July 31, the House at the Golden Ring will be closed. The reason is the reconstruction of the exposition. We apologize and thank you for your understanding.

Limited opening hours – Klausen Synagogue and Ceremonial Hall

The Klausen Synagogue and the Ceremonial Hall are temporarily closed. Thank you for your understanding.

All bus and trolleybus stops in Prague to become “request stops”

From Saturday, June 29, all bus and trolleybus stops in Prague to become “request stops”.
What does it mean?
​Passengers who want to get off the bus will have to press the red STOP button ahead of the respective bus stop. If they are waiting at the bus stop they do not need to wave or otherwise signal, the driver will stop automatically.


Traffic restrictions in public transport

During the summer holidays, from June 29, the following tram closures are in place:
ANDĚL (Nádražní Street) – repair of the tram line
from June 29 (from 1:00) to July 11 (until 4:30)
NA ZÁMECKÉ street – repair of the gas pipeline
from June 29 (from 4:30) to September 2 (until 4:30)
STROSSMAYER SQUARE – Prague Exhibition Grounds – reconstruction of the tram line
from June 29 (from 4:30) to September 2 (until 4:30)
VÁCLAVSKÉ NÁMĚSTÍ – construction of a new tram line
from June 29 (from 4:30) to October 1 (until 4:30)
LIBEŇSKÝ MOST – PALMOVKA – state of emergency of part of the Libeň Bridge
ongoing – until further notice
KOTORSKÁ – PANKRÁC – construction of a new tram line
ongoing – until further notice (assumption until the end of 2024)
All information can be found here.


National Technical Museum – exhibition „Television Studio“

As of Tuesday, June 25, the exhibition "Television Studio" is closed for operational reasons. The opening of the exhibition is planned for September 2024. Thank you for your understanding.

House of Photography – new exhibition „Fabulant“

David Böhm and Jiří Franta have been working together since 2006. Their work is varied and wide ranging, from conceptual and procedural drawing, which is perhaps most characteristic of them, to installations in public spaces or performances. The artistic duo is preparing a brand new project dealing with speculative urbanistic models of public space and urban-development and architectural interventions in the city.

Old Town Bridge Tower

Please note: The windows of the building are currently undergoing renovation and the view in the repaired section is partially limited. Views from the tower gallery are not restricted.

Historic Carousel – 1 free ticket

Get 1 free ticket to the historical carousel with the Prague Visitor Pass and don't miss a ride on a unique attraction from Florence that is 200 years old and boasts hand-carved horses and carriages!

Central Bohemia Tourist Board

The point of sale in the Central Bohemia Tourist Board will be closed for a long time from May 16.

During this closure, we recommend visiting, for example, the TIC - Old Town Hall. You can buy the Prague Visitor Pass or activate a voucher purchased on the website here. See the unique astronomical clock, visit the impressive interiors, the medieval underground, the chapel and the view from the tower.

National Museum of Agriculture – exhibition "The tractor"

From May 6 to July 31, "The tractor" (JEDE TRAKTOR) exhibition is being renovated. The exhibition is not open during this period.

House at the Stone Bell: exhibition „Group Therapy Collections in Dialogue“

Deutsche Telekom is the donor of an extensive collection of Eastern European art created over the last two decades. The collection was founded in 2010 and is based in Bonn. The GHMP has also managed to assemble a rather large collection of contemporary art from the 1990s to the present day over the past ten years. You can visit the unique exhibition until August 11, and with the Prague Visitor Pass you have free entry!

Guides&Tours – regular tours

We are expanding the offer of regular tours from our official guides: Charles Bridge and Lesser Town, Medieval Underground, Old Town and Jewish Quarter, Prague Castle District and Prague’s communist past. With the Prague Visitor Pass you can visit them all for free! Don't forget to register for the event through Guides&Tours at the Old Town Hall, by e-mail guides@prague.eu or by phone at +420 778 543 671!

The New Mill Water Tower is back in operation after the winter break!

The Tower dates back to the 17th Century and is a very valuable technical monument built in the Baroque style. It used to serve as a water reservoir; today it is home to an exhibition about Prague’s firefighters. The observation deck offers a beautiful view of the Vltava River and the wider centre of Prague. You can visit for free with the Prague Visitor Pass!

HC Sparta Praha

We believe that you enjoyed the matches of the regular part of the Tipsport Extraliga 2023/2024! We look forward to seeing you again next hockey season!

DOX Centre for Contemporary Art: KAFKAesque

Franz Kafka (1883–1924) is one of the key authors of the cultural world of the 20th century, and his novels, stories and correspondence have been translated into dozens of languages. Kafka's literary work influenced not only other writers, but gradually affected many different areas of culture, such as film, music and visual arts. Created to mark the centenary of his death, the KAFKAESQUE exhibition will feature works by internationally renowned artists for whom the works of Franz Kafka remain an inspiration.

Limited opening hours – Retro Museum Prague

The exhibition will be temporarily closed and the exhibition will move to a new location. Thank you for your understanding.

Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock

Dear visitors, we apologize in advance that the operation of the sightseeing circuit may be temporarily restricted due to representational reasons of the capital city of Prague. Please always find out about the current possibilities of the visit at the cash desk of the building.


Limited opening hours (seasonal and long-term opening hours restrictions)

The Planetarium is closed for technical reasons from July 2023. In addition, the Retro Museum Prague and the Galerie Villa Pellé are temporarily closed. Thank you for understanding.

Interactive panoramic presentation

We present you a unique view, which consists of live broadcasts of 8 webcams. The basis is a camera located on the Petrin Tower, which at regular intervals creates a panoramic view of Prague, provides weather information and offers an interactive menu with places that you can visit with the official tourist card Prague Visitor Pass.

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