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National Technical Museum Prague
Visits to the mine exhibits are by reservation only. Reservations may be purchased at the museum's ticket desk.
Tour start times:
10:30am, 11am, 11:30am, 1pm, 1:30pm, 2pm, 2:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 4pm, 4:30pm
Standard - 50 CZK in addition to the museum entry fee
Reduced - 30 CZK in addition to the museum entry fee
This additional fee, 30 CZK also applies to visitors with otherwise free entry to the museum.
Schools and groups:
9am, 9:30am, 10am – Tuesday through Friday – tours only for schools and groups (12 or more people)
School and group tours may be ordered via email: email@example.com
Entry for students or school supervisor - 30 CZK in addition to the museum entry fee
Czech Grand Design Prize 2013, Annual Prize of the Academy of Design of the Czech Republic
The traditional Czech Grand Design exhibition is open in the National Technical Museum. We present design work nominated in 2013 in the following categories: Designer of the Year, Fashion Designer of the Year, Jewelry Designer of the Year, Graphic Designer of the Year and Photographer of the Year. During the exhibition's opening ceremony, the Czech Academy of Design announced the finalists, from which the winners will be selected and awarded their prizes during the gala ceremony in The Estates Theatre on March 9th. As is customary, visitors may vote for their favorites, in the Public Acclaim category. Ballots may be handed in at the museum exhibition.
19.12.2013 – 27.4.2014 - Personal cars Praga
A significant chapter in the history domestic automobile production was written in automobile Praga, ie in the automotive department of Prague's largest engineering group, which in turn carried the names of the first českomoravská machine factory in Prague, Czech-Moravian-Kolben as Moravian-and-Kolben Danek SpA The automaker, based in Prague-Liben formed in the period before World War II, along with factories Laurin & Klement - Škoda Mladá Boleslav and NW - Tatra Kopřivnice "Big Three" domestic automakers. In the second half of the twenties and late thirties Praga even been the best selling car in the domestic market. Production of passenger cars Praga ended World War II. After the year 1947, under the brand Praga manufactured only trucks.
November 27th, 2013 – June 1st, 2014 The most beautiful Czech books of 2012
Exhibition of winning books from 2012 and a selection of award-winning books from 2009-2011
The National Technical Museum presents in its permanent Printing exhibition, the new exhibit "The most beautiful Czech books of 2012". The exhibit contains award-winning books from the 48th year of the competition, selected from 230 titles, submitted by 125 publishers, and 40 titles from 6 art schools. The primary criteria of the competition was harmony among all artistic elements of the book, with respect to adhering to the book's theme. The competition was divided into six categories: children's literature, textbooks, art books, picture books, catalogs and textbooks, and professional and scientific literature. The exhibit is a cooperative venture between the National Technical Museum and the Museum of Czech Literature.
November 20th, 2013 – April 13th, 2014 Fountain Recovered – exhibition for the 85th birthday of Dana Hlobilová
In 2009, in the 3rd floor respirium of the National Technical Museum, a fountain was unveiled from the glass exposition of the Czechoslovakian pavilion in the EXPO 58 World Fair in Brussels, completely reconstructed with financial support from the Integrated System of Cultural Heritage Preservation, of the Czech Ministry of Culture. Currently, the Small Gallery of the exposition of Architecture, Construction and Design contains an exhibition commemorating the 85th birthday of academic painter Dana Hlobilová, who designed the fountain 55 years ago.
November 5th, 2013 – Science battles viruses
In November 5th, 2013, for the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, of the Czech Academy of Science, the National Technical Museum opened the exhibition titled. Using unique collection items, it presents singular moments from the history of the institution, from its founding in 1953 through the present.