The music museum is very beautiful, you don't have to go in, it is very interesting to take a look outside, especially to take photos with the buildings. Inside, the decoration is very modern, and it feels very creative and dynamic.
The museum is too quiet~ Don’t miss it if you like music or know musical instruments. Tickets are 70 Czech dollars for students, and 40 if you need to take photos. There are many musical instruments on display here. It’s the first time I’ve seen them. I can’t even name them. There are also pianos from different eras. The first floor is an exhibition of a series of musical works created on the theme of death with the background of war and religion. , You can also play the piano placed there when you go to the hall.
This museum is simply fantastic. I'm not really fond of musical instruments but here I lost my mind. There is such a large collection of musical instruments I was completely astonished by it. Maybe it had been one of our best descovery in Prague. I f you go to Prague you couldn't miss it.
It is still worth a visit. Different experiences and feelings, different cultural atmosphere, are still very good.
This music hall is very big, and many parts of it are white. It gives people a very pure and solemn feeling. You can see many precious musical instruments in it, but you can't touch or experience them. This is also a kind of protection for musical instruments.
Czech music is located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. It is open from 10:00 to 18:00 every day. This museum has a long history. It was established in 1976 and contains a lot of collections, such as rare ancient printed music scores. You need a ticket of 120 crowns to get in.