The Mucha Museum, Prague
About The Mucha Museum, Prague
The Mucha Museum, Prague - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Panska 890/7, 110 00 Praha, Czech Republic
Ticket Price: 180 CZK
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The Mucha museum is one of the most popular museums in the city of Prague which is named after the famous artist Alphonse Mucha. The entire museum is devoted for the works of this internationally known artist. It is a very small museum but features all the artistic work such as photographs, paintings, pictures, charcoal drawings, pastels, posters, lithographs and personal memorabilia and much more.
The Mucha Museum Information
- Other Ticket Prices: 180 CZK Adult, 120 CZK Children, Students and Seniors over 65 years, 490 CZK Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children).
- Tips & Warnings: Guides are available in several languages such as Czech, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Russian.
- A very complete gift shop is there before you exit the museum with reasonable prices.
- Museum shops offer an exclusive selection of gifts with Alphonse Mucha motifs.
- Wheel chair facility also available.
The Mucha Museum Ticket Prices
- 180 CZK Adult, 120 CZK Children, Students and Seniors over 65 years, 490 CZK Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children).
How To reach The Mucha Museum by Public Transport
- Tram 3, 9, 14, 24, stop “JindÅ™isska”
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The Mucha Museum, Prague Reviews - Write a Review
Great small museum with lots to see and to read. Do not miss the video presentation. In English and with tons of interesting information. Pictures are not allowed and in a way it is a good thing because it enhances the viewing experience.
Absolutely Beautiful. The exhibition is great but the lighting needs some attention. In the final room, the spots were too bright and aimed so badly it was hard to see anything due to reflections in the glass and one bigger canvas was completely ruined due to this.
Very nice small museum, a must see if you like Mucha and Art Nouveau. There is a quite long video explaining Mucha's life at the end of the visit. The museum's shop offers a lot of different items with Mucha's iconic artworks, including big posters at a very reasonable price.
A must see for any fan of Art Nouveau. Its a tiny museum, but very cool pieces from his Parisian period
This was a good museum to learn about Mucha. I feel like this is an artist I've been watching my whole life and did not know who he was. We got more information from the guidebook that we brought with us. I feel like this is an artist I've been watching my whole life and did not know who he was. We got more information from the guidebook that we brought with us, which was great. The biggest downfall is they did not have any of his major works like the Slavic epic, which are in the National Gallery.
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