The Dancing House Tours
About The Dancing House, Prague
Dancing House (Tancici dum) is situated in a fine location by the Vltava River in the city of Prague. Its design is quite unique, and especially very striking to the city centre. It is quite a modern building surrounded by historical architecture.
The construction of the Dancing House took place between the years 1992 and1996. It has very daring and curvy outlines. This is what led its architects Vlado Milunc and the American Frank Owen Gehry to originally name it as the "Fred and Ginger Building", after the dance duo who were very well renowned.
The top floor of Dancing House is the only part of the building open to the public, and is home to one of the city's leading restaurants: The Ginger & Fred Restaurant.
Head to the architecturally wonderful and totally ‘one-of-a-kind’ building of the Dancing House in Prague by grabbing the Dancing House tickets on sale. And the best thing when you buy tickets for the Dancing House listed here is that you save a lot more on the Dancing House ticket prices while getting to explore the curvy interiors of the Dancing House under a professional supervision. Tickets for the Dancing House are on a huge demand so make sure you book tickets for Dancing House without delay.
The Dancing House Information
- Wheel chair and Elevator facilities available.
- Office complex- please enter after permission.
The Dancing House Opening and Closing Hours
- You can see the building from outside anytime.
How To Get To The Dancing House by Public Transport
- Karlovo Namesti (line B)
- 1.1 kilometers from the main station.
Restaurants Near The Dancing House
- Celeste Restaurant
- Celeste Gourmet restaurant
- U Fleku
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See Prague from a new angle on this leisurely 1- or 2-hour sightseeing cruise along the Vltava River! Relax on the open deck or inside as you waft past showpiece sights, including monumental Prague Castle, stately Rudolfinum and statue-topped Charles Bridge. Enjoy on-board refreshments (own expense), and hear interesting audio commentary about PragueâÂÂs long history. Upgrade to the 2-hour cruise and sail further along the Vltava River to pass through Smichov Lock, see hilltop VyÅ¡ehrad Citadel and view the surreal Dancing House, amid a procession of other sights.
Prague Castle will be commemorating the 700th anniversary of the birth of the Czech king and emperor Charles IV with seven main exhibition projects. Get the ticket for free with Prague City Pass
All the exhibitions relating to Charles IV’s anniversary will be open to the public from 15 May and will last until 28 September 2016 (more information in itinerary)
Explore Prague at ease with the Prague City Pass and sightsee at leisure, enjoying skip-the-line entry to some of the city’s legendary attractions as well as a sightseeing tour and Vltava River cruise. Use the pass to enter five of the must-visit sites inside the UNESCO-listed Prague Castle and six sites inside Prague Jewish Museum. With additional savings of up to 25 percent on airport transfers and car rental, the Prague City Pass offers everything you need for hassle-free city sightseeing.
Embark on a two hour bus tour and enjoy an open panoramic view of the city of Prague and admire the most famous locations of the Old and the New Town, the Prague Castle and the Jewish Quarter.
Combine history, art and architecture on this full-day tour of Prague. See Prague Castle, one of EuropeâÂÂs largest medieval castles, and take a cruise on the Vltava River. Discover PragueâÂÂs top attractions, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Lesser Town, the National Theatre, Wenceslas Square and more! Enjoy a 3-course lunch at a luxury restaurant offering fantastic views of Prague. Then, enjoy a relaxing cruise on the Vltava River, accompanied by refreshments and informative commentary from your guide.
Share your experience - Rate The Dancing House, Prague
A little overrated. Just a building. No your, signs, or museum or anything. Can spend 5 minutes there and your done. Building however looks nice.
The rooftop restaurant was a bust. For starters, not a single patron spoke Czech, which speaks volumes. Our server ignored my wife's order and just gave her an order of what I was having. After pointing it out, I was told it would it would take 45 minutes to correct, which is clearly a "we don't want to fix it" lie because it only took 20 to prepare what they gave us. Save your money, there are lots of other options.
A beautiful modern architecture surrounded by ancient historical buildings and castle. The restaurant offers mouth watering and delicious cuisine in a very decorative ambience served by well trained staff
A place locals hate and tourists love. Try the bar on the top of the building. Buy a drink for less than 3 euros and get on the terrace where you have an amazing view of Prague and Vltava.
Go to the rooftop! Take photos! You will love it. It's free to go up, but to go out on the terrace is 100 Kc (about 3,50€ or $5US) or the purchase of a drink. It's so worth it!
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