The moderately-sized permanent exhibition of nineteenth-century Czech art is complemented by regular exhibitions borrowed ... More
Troja Palace (Trojský zámek)
The moderately-sized permanent exhibition of nineteenth-century Czech art is complemented by regular exhibitions borrowed from Prague's other state galleries. All this is housed in a massive baroque palace whose sweeping exterior staircase and grandiose Great Hall are attractions in their own right. Also, the Prague Zoo is just across the road.
Troja Chateau is just north of Hradcany by the Prague Zoo. It is easily reached by metro & bus and well worth visiting! The Baroque chateau is full of interesting paintings & sculptures and the frescos are very good. The entrance fee is reasonable & every room has information sheets in English, Czech, German & Russian. I found the docents to be very knowledgable also.
Housed in the Malostranska baroque palace of the same name, the space attracts a crowd of young professionals, politicians sneaking
down from the castle for a bite, and trendy hipsters. The first floor offers a restaurant room, a banqueting ...
The recently renovated home of the National Gallery's prints and drawings collection has been designated as the main site for
its interdisciplinary exhibitions. The permanent collection at this branch of the gallery is not normally on public display. Under ...
Architect Jan Josef Wirch originally built Pachtuv Palace in 1765 for the Pachta family. The Palace MAMAISON SUITE HOTEL PACHTUV
PA was and still is considered the most fabulous Baroque residence in Prague. In the early 19th century, a ...