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I consider myself a music enthusiast, and I enjoyed my visit a lot. Although a set of 10 violins that are slightly different but you are not sure if it matters can be dull to examine, but there are a lot of exciting things. For...More
Museum is really nice and it worth money you give for a ticket,my favourite part was interactive room,and I liked stairs that sound like a piani when you walk on them.Only thing I mind is that staff doesn’t speak English.
This wasn’t at all what we expected, but it was charming and really interesting. And to the person who said the stag weren’t helpful...we found the opposite to be true. While they spoke very little English....we spoke even less Czech so kudos to them for...More
The museum has a great collection of instruments, but the staff was very unfriendly. They hardly spoke a word english which was too bad. I also missed the history behind the instrument, mostly there was only a sign with the name of the instrument. Maybe...More
It is a museum of instruments mainly. You will definitely get to see a wide variety and even listen to a few of them. I went when there was an exhibition on "Music and Fairy Tale". Well, it was childlike yes, but not childish and...More
My niece and my family visited the place in Dec 2017 and we were pleasantly amazed by it.
My niece, the "Mozart" of our clan, was simply mesmerised by the wide range of music instruments on display there. Pointing to a particular harp on display,...More
Although mentioned almost in passing in guidebooks, this fairly large building is a gem "hiding in plain view". It displays a large collection of instruments from several centuries arranged by families. Delightful to see the evolutionary tree including many dead-ends. There are also listening stations...More
Malá Strana is one of the oldest and the most beautiful neighbourhoods in the city. Nestled underneath Prague Castle it was once a part of the Kings route taken by future kings on their way to coronation - originating in the Old Town, crossing Charles Bridge and leading to Saint Vitus Cathedral. Cobblestone streets are lined with picturesque medieval houses, remarkable palaces, churches, kitsch
shops and restaurants. Do not hesitate to turn a corner into any narrow street. You will suddenly find yourself in a calm and charming neighbourhood full of hidden gardens, parks with peacocks, fruit trees and ponds. As the neighbourhood is a home to Czech Parliament and many ministries, you can also run into well-dressed officials. If you are thirsty or hungry, it is the right place to be. Restaurants offer delicious traditional food and of course, the best Czech beers.
I think we spent about an hour there, in total. It's not huge, but it was interesting! There was a special exhibit (on children's story-telling using music and Czech fairy/folk tales) that we could have spent more time in if... More
I think we spent about an hour there, in total. It's not huge, but it was interesting! There was a special exhibit (on children's story-telling using music and Czech fairy/folk tales) that we could have spent more time in if we had children with us (we didn't, but it was still interesting) and then you wander through a couple floors of exhibit cases with some really, really interesting instruments in them. We enjoyed it.