Enjoy museums and other popular attractions during the weekday, off-peak or shoulder seasons. They will be much less crowded, possibly even cheaper and you can take as much time as you need. I’ve been to six museums so far in Praha and I have shared the entire place with no more than fifteen people at a time.
If you’re interested in seeing a lot of art while in Prague, I suggest getting the admission pass which grants you entrance to all six permanent exhibitions of the Národní galerie v Praze (National Gallery in Prague). This pass is valid for seven days, but most museums are closed on Mondays, so check the site for more info.
- Klášter sv. Anežky České/Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia
- Palác Kinských/Kinský Palace
- Salmovský palác/Salm Palace
- Schwarzenberský palác/Schwarzenberg Palace
- Šternberský palác/Sternberg Palace
- Veletržní palác/Trade Fair Palace
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Šternberský palác or Sternberg Palace is an art museum in a palace, home to ancient Greek & Roman works, Renaissance and 19th-century paintings with an impressive outdoor garden.