The National Gallery of Prague

The National Gallery of Prague is an art gallery of modern art. Veletrzni Palace, i.e the trade fair building with the “socialist” facade, hides the beautiful interior in which are located the exhibition space of the gallery.

If you are a fan of painting or sculpture, do not miss the opportunity to peek into the home arts. It will leave you breathless with its magnificent space of 13,500 square meters with more than 2300 works of art.
The National Gallery has something for every art lover in its offer.

The collections that the gallery owns are:
– Collection of old masters
– XIX century art collection
– Collection of Oriental Art
– Collection of modern and contemporary art

Gallery has a large number of art pieces of the world famous artists such as Picasso, Monet, Rodin, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Klimt, Renoir, Kajan, Munho.

The second part of the exhibit represents the most famous opus of works of Czech and Slovak painter and sculptor Alfons Mucha, Otto Gutfreund, Rudolf Fila, Frantisek Kupka and others.

With all these art giants, at the National Gallery of Prague, you can now visit the huge installation of Chinese artist Ay Weyway. The work called the Law of Travel was made in the form of a huge 70-meter inflatable boat with 258 human figures.
The artist was inspired by the current migrant crisis. If you have affinities towards this kind of art, you can see at it at the National Gallery from March 16, 2017, to January 7, 2018.

Ticket Prices:

• Regular ticket price: 200 CZK
• Discounted ticket price: 100 CZK

Working Hours:

Every day, except for Monday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm


Dukelskych hrdinu 47, Prague 7

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