Discover the essence of Czech national identity on a visit to the National Museum with an Expert Guide and skip-the-line tickets. See the historic Wenceslas Square. Extended option: explore the Old Town and visit the Church of Our Lady before Tyn.
- Visit the National Museum with a 5-Star Expert Guide
- Save time with skip-the-line museum tickets and simply enjoy the exhibitions
- Learn about the important events from the Middle Ages to the present day Czech Republic
- See the historic site of the Velvet Revolution protests in Wenceslas Square
- Discover the best selected highlights of Prague Old Town (3-hour option only)
Join this private tour to open the treasure chest of Czech heritage. Visit the National Museum in Prague with a Local Guide who is an expert on the Czech history and culture. Learn about Bohemian kings, World War II, the fall of Communism, and other interesting events that shaped the Czech Republic. Unleash your enthusiasm for real history!
Choose the 2-hour option to visit the National Museum and see highlights of the New Town, such as the Rondo Cubist Art Deco style Adria Palace, the Church of Our Lady of the Snow, and the Cubist Lamp Post. The National Museum is located in the historic Wenceslas Square, near landmarks such as the Koruna Palace, Lindt Building, Hotel Evropa and the Melantrich Building. It’s a historic site of the Velvet Revolution demonstrations that led to the fall of the Communist regime in Prague.
The building of the National Museum itself is also a national cultural monument. You will be astonished by its majestic exterior and interior design, with a huge glass dome, stone statues and the finest details. There is also a New Building, connected to the Historic Building by a tunnel. With skip-the-line tickets, you can jump ahead the queue to enter the museum and simply enjoy its amazing exhibitions with expert commentary.
Among the museum’s treasures you will discover valuable items of Czech kings and emperors, mediaeval artefacts, memorabilia from WWII, and objects from the Cold War era. The temporary exhibitions focus on ancient and modern themes, such as the Egyptian exhibition of Sun Kings, featuring a unique royal statue of King Raneferef and an extensive collection of statues from the tombs of Princess Sheretnebt and the scribe Nefer. There are also natural science collections, such as the Mineral Hall.
Choose the 3-hours option to enhance your experience with a short walking tour of the Old Town and its highlights. See the State Opera, the beautiful Jerusalem Synagogue, the Municipal Office, and the Powder Tower, which marks the road to the Old Town Square. Admire the 14th century Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn, which stands behind the House at the White Unicorn. You will also see the 12th century St Nicholas’ Church and the 600-years-old Astronomical Clock on the facade of the Old Town Hall.
- Private Tour of the National Museum, Wenceslas Square and the Old Town (number of attractions depends on the selected option)
- 5-Star History Expert-Guide who is fluent in the language of your choice
- Skip-the-line tickets to the Natural History Museum (all options)
- Tour of the Old Town, with free admission to the Church of Our Lady before Tyn (3-hour option only)
- Expert commentary on Czech history and culture
- Tour of the Old Town, with free admission to the Church of Our Lady before Tý (2-hour option)
Meet your guide in front of the Statue of Josef Jungmann, Jungmannovo nám., 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město-Nové Město, Czechia
What you should know
- Please check your email the day before the tour to receive important information.
- Please arrive at the meeting point on time (recommended even 5 min in advance) as there are time slots to enter the museum.
- Please note that the number of attractions depends on the selected option. The walking tour of the Old Town with a visit to Church of Our Lady before Tyn is not included in the basic 2-hour option.
- The Church of Our Lady before Týn is closed on Mondays. You can visit its interiors only Tuesday – Saturday from 10 AM to 12 PM and then from 3 PM to 5 PM, and on Sundays from 10 AM to 12 PM. Please book your tour accordingly to adhere to these times if you are interested in visiting this attraction.
- Church tours during scheduled events (such as the Sunday, daily and holiday masses) are limited, so parts or the entire building may be closed on your visit. At such times, you will only see it from the outside.
Skip-the-line National Museum in Prague Private Tour