Exhibitions in NTM

"Glory of Amateur Photography” exhibition pays tribute to photographers organized in Czech photo-amateur clubs. Since its birth, amateur photography has signifi cantly infl uenced the development of Czech photography, its application, meaning, and form. Amateur photographers practiced photography as a hobby, but devoted a lot of time and energy to this noble pastime. their work was often excellent for its time. Yet the vast majority of authors have been forgotten and their photographs have largely been lost. This exhibition is a reminder of a major era of Czech photography.

This exhibtion of National Technical Museum was made on the opportunity of 90th anniversary of the day when Václav Kasík was born and on the 15th anniversary since he died. Václav Kasík - exceptional personality of Czechoslovak industry.Above the drafted designs of cars Škoda and Tatra, made by Kasík in 60s we also present two types of ČZ brand motorcycles, developed in cooperation with fantastic designer František Pudil.

Exhibition of National Technical Museum "Jawa Phenomenon - Jawa - How You Never Seen It reminds its visitors 90 years of production of this famous motorcycle producer, which significantly influenced motorcycle production. We display fifty motorcycles, car, race trophies and driver's equipment mostly from private usually publicly inaccessible collections.

 

The National Technical Museum has prepared an exhibition presenting the future Museum of Railway and Electrical Engineering NTM.
The new museum will be opened on the premises of the former locomotive depot at Masaryk Station in Prague in 2028.
The exhibition will acquaint visitors with the architectural study of the museum, the history of the premises and, above all,
the intention and future exhibits of the upcoming exhibitions. NTM.

 

The exhibition is showing protective equipment, which was developed by Czech companies in response to spread of Covid-19.

The National Technical Museum has prepared an exhibition on the German-Czech chemist and photographer Jan (Johann) Böhm (1895–1952), who researched the structure of crystals by X-rays and contributed to the development of Czechoslovak crystallography.