The Prague National Museum is a classical architectural style museum in the Old Town of Prague. The museum is at the end of the main road. Walking slowly from a distance, it feels like walking into a palace. The building itself is a work of art. Exquisitely carved and decorated, you need to purchase additional tickets to enter the museum. If you are interested, you can take a look.
The Prague National Museum, if you have time for free activities, you might as well come to enjoy it. The building of the museum is very majestic and magnificent, and the interior is also magnificent. It is quite tall and recommended!
The Czech National Museum is located in the heart of the Czech Republic. It is a very classical building, which is also designed in accordance with the Czech royal style. The museum displays the rich history and characteristics of the Czech country. It is also a very interesting museum.
National museum is a public museum, Prague is the Czech republic''s largest and longest history museum. Collection as many as 14 million, covers the history, art, nature, music and so on each domain, distributed in dozens of inside the building. Historical background of national museum is located in the top wenceslas square, with the main hall and the library. The main hall set up after the French revolution in 1885, by the Czech famous new Renaissance architect Josef principle Schulz, the whole building is like a huge "matchbox", look, you can see very chic exquisite sculpture decoration, well show the new Renaissance architectural style.
Had been closed for renovations, hope it is open now, my favourite spot on a rainy day.
Heard its nice. Its under construction for next 1 year atleast!
This is an enormous and imposing building, but when I finally got to it, it was closed and in the middle of a 5-year renovation. There is an annex to it across the street about Czech history, so I kindof got the diet version of the museum. An effort was made, nonetheless!
This museum is about rocks and fossils. Since I like art museums, this was not a museum for me. Natural history enthusiasts might like it.