For all those who love technology and the greatest technological and technical achievements, visiting this museum is the right thing. This impressive museum offers all visitors a world of change, to the world of an impossible but still accomplished.
The National Museum of Technology was founded in 1908 and is engaged in the collection of items that testify to the development and advancement of Czech technology, industry and natural sciences.
There are 14 permanent exhibitions in this museum.
The museum offers all visitors at least a fraction of something that will intrigue them and maybe even encourage them to explore further after the after visiting the museum.
In the museum, you can see exhibitions: types of timepieces, means of transport (cars, trains, planes), photographic and film techniques, mining, metallurgy, astronomy, telecommunications, acoustics, astronomy, printing, home appliances…
If you are an adventurous spirit, do not bypass The National Museum of Technology, it’s worth a visit! You’ll be caught up with everything you see. If you are a lover of means of transport, let’s say a two-wheeler, you will be able to see an impressive number of different bikes and engines, from the wooden ones to the next.
When we’re already in talking about the transportation, most people are probably admirers of the automobile industry. In this museum you can see old racing and passenger cars, so you can compare them with your car.
In this “transport” part of the museum, as a special rarity, you can see the first car ever produced in the Czech Republic (used by the president of that time). There is also an airplane in which the pilot Jan Kaspar, performed the first long flight in the history of Czech aviation.
• Regular ticket price: 190 CZK
• Discounted ticket price: 90 CZK
• Family ticket price: 420 CZK
Tuesday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Kostelni, Prague 7