Museums in Prague for children and families

Museums in Prague for children and families

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Prague is a city with many museums, but the truth is that for a trip with young children, most of them can be too dense and little entertaining. In this guide we have selected the most important and suitable for families.

Once you have chosen which museums you want to visit, remember to plan a tour with the most attractive areas for the little ones, and not to combine all the cultural activities on the same day. Finishing the visit to a museum with a pleasant walk through the center and an ice cream can be a good idea.

The Národní Muzeum or National Museum of Prague is located in one of the most representative buildings of the city and is the most important museum in the Czech capital.

Inside it houses numerous works divided into five permanent collections: Prehistory of Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia, Mineralogical and Lithological Exhibition, Paleontology, Osteology and Anthropology, Zoology and Decoration and medals from European countries.

On a trip with children you will probably have to select only what you are most interested in seeing to prevent the little ones from getting tired and bored. We recommend that you do not miss seeing the zoology collection, very entertaining for the whole family.

Besides the content, the National Museum is very interesting as a continent. Built between 1885 and 1891 in the Neo-Renaissance style, it houses beautiful interiors that you will like to explore.

It is located in the southern part of Wenceslas Square.

Visiting hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the closing time being extended until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesdays and until 7:00 p.m. on weekends. On Sundays it opens at 11:00 and closes on the first Tuesday of each month.

Admission for adults costs 5.80 euros. Admission for children between 6 and 15 years old, students and over 60s costs 3.90 euros.
The holders of the Prague Card do not pay entry. And the first Monday of each month the museum opens its doors for free.

Housed on the first floor of an old building, the Prague Museum of Communism is a more than peculiar place. Although the theme of it - the history of communism in the Czech Republic - may seem somewhat heavy for children, the truth is that the tour of this museum is very enjoyable.

Small and with recreations of daily life during the communist era –from 1948 to 1989-, the museum manages to keep alive a part of the recent history of the country in a fun and educational way for the whole family. Although not very common in the Czech Republic, the explanatory posters of the Museum of Communism are also in Spanish.

It is located on Na Příkopě street, 10. Do not hesitate to ask if you cannot find it since the truth is that it is not easy to find it.
His visiting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day.

Admission is 7 euros for adults and 5.40 euros for students. Children under 10 years old do not pay entry.

It is the second largest toy exhibition in the world and shows both historical and modern pieces. Discover the traditional Czech games and be amazed by the evolution of games throughout history.

The museum, which is located inside the Prague Castle, has a large collection of Barbie dolls.

The museum is located in the old chambers of Prague Castle, at 4 Jirska Street.

Visiting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day.

Entry costs 2.30 euros.

Like many other large cities, Prague also has its own Wax Museum. Not that it is one of the most relevant in the world, but your visit is very entertaining since, in addition to Czech personalities, you can also see celebrities from politics, culture or sports worldwide.

It is located in Melantrichova 5.

Their visiting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day.

The entrance costs 6 euros.

Řepora is an open-air museum that recreates a traditional Czech village from the 14th century. In this particular place time seems to have stopped in the Middle Ages. Constructions of natural materials give shape to the blacksmith's workshop, school, church, potter's house, tavern, etc.

Spend a fun day with the whole family while you discover what day to day was like in a medieval village.

It is located in the 5th district of Prague.

Visiting hours are from Tuesday to Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. On weekends and holidays it is open from 10:00 to 18:00. It is important to keep in mind that being an open-air museum, it closes on rainy days.

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