Lobkowicz PalaceCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
Lobkowicz Palace is an amazing place to be visited when you are in Prague. This highly acclaimed palace is a part of Prague Castle. The palace is open to visitors as public museum displaying various exhibits from the collections of Lobkowicz family. This palace was earlier originally named as Pernštejn Palace as it was built by Czech nobleman Jaroslav of Pernstejn. There is a concert hall in palace and now various classical concerts and performances are organized there for the visitors. Also, once your visit ends, you can enjoy the delicious snacks and drinks in the cafe. Lobkowicz Palace is regarded as the largest and oldest of all the palaces to own the art collections of Czech. This is a must visit tourist attraction in Prague for the art lovers. Included in the Prague Itinerary 7 Days.
- Other Hours: Concerts take place everyday at 1:00 pm.
Other Ticket Price: Adult 275czk; Senior/Student/Child (7-15 yrs) 200czk; Family (2 adults + 2 children) 690czk.
Price of classical concerts depends according to the shows.
Ticket price includes a one-hour audio tour that will guide visitors through Lobkowicz Palace.
- Tips and Warnings: Wheel chair and bathroom facilities are available.
- You may also visit a cafe and restaurant with panorama tic views of Prague on the ground floor.
- Smoking is banned inside the palace.
- Adult-275czk, Senior/Student/ Child (7-15 yrs)-200czk
- Family (2 adults + 2 children)-690czk.
- Price of classical concerts depends according to the shows.
- Ticket price includes a one-hour audio tour that will guide visitors through Lobkowicz Palace.
- Concerts take place everyday at 1:00 pm.
- Walking distance from Prague Ticket Office - Via Musica shop or Malostranska stop
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31.54% of people who visit Prague include Lobkowicz Palace in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
41.2% of people start their Lobkowicz Palace visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Lobkowicz Palace
52.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lobkowicz Palace
Eclectic palace with a nice audio tour that lasts about an hour. The experience is more focused on the family history (they lost the castle twice and regained it recently) rather than the artwork (although there's plenty of that too). Has some really cool Mozart memorabilia (the family was one of his patrons) as well as a very large antique gun collection. We also went to the midday concert and the musicians were excellent. Has great views from the balcony looking out over downtown Prague. (Photos are the view from the back balcony)
Museum and audio guide were very beautiful and interesting, describing the history of a family that, surprisingly, bleeds into so much of the art world. The concert at 1300 was exquisite as well. After walking and listening to it all, about 2.5 hours later, there's a balcony serving the family beer you can hang out and drink while looking out over Prague from one of the points you can see from so many places within the city, the castle wall. I'm sure the rest of this castle is nice too.
I went here for a lunchtime concert. To reach the palace there is a lot of walking involved so give yourself plenty of time if you have mobility issues. The music was fantastic and the hall where the concert took place is very beautiful.
The museum is not big and the exhibits are not very good. There were two or three nice paintings. However, the audio guide was great and the history of the family were interesting. And I think everyone comes for the view from the balcony alone.
Well worth the separate admission just for the view from the terrace alone! However, the museum itself is stunning, with an amazing collection, including hand-written manuscripts from Beethoven and Mozart. The audio tour is very informative, and it's definitely a *modern* museum, intended to entertain and delight the patrons.