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Franz Kafka Museum

89 Reviews
Ranked No. 18 in Prague Can't Miss Attractions
Memorial Hall
Liked by 3
Opening Soon Open from 10:00am-6:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: Cihelná 635 / 2b, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia
Phone: +420-257-535373

What travelers say:

Prague and Kafka, seemingly inseparable names, in the Prague Castle District, near the river bank, there is a Kafka Museum which systematically describes Kafka's life and achievements, and the most prominent of this museum is the statue on the central square. The statue is a two-man wiggle, and the map of the Czech Republic is underfoot, so you can imagine how to interpret it.

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Additional Information


The Franz Kafka Museum in Prague holds a culture unique to the city that you can enjoy, even if you are not an art enthusiast. Featuring artist Franz Kafka's works, letters, drawings, and manuscripts, the museum explores the bustling city of Prague through Kafka. The museum gives Kafka life and meaning through multimedia demonstrations. Because Kafka's novels and stories often featured Prague, a walk through the museum guarantees a unique educational experience of the lively city in the twentieth century onward. The museum additionally provides a stunning sight that welcomes any visitor.
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