Exhibits in NTM

The exhibition in the transport hall of the museum commemorates the 50th anniversary of the premiere of the movie Closely Watched Trains. It is an hommage to this Oscar-awarded Czechoslovak movie.  

On the occasion of 120 years since the first film screening in the Czech lands, the exhibition presents unique cinematography collections of the National Technical Museum and the National Film Archive. The exhibition will carry the visitors into the period of film beginnings, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and acquaint them with contemporary film equipment and movie production.

Come and see the phones from the late 19th century, 'gems' of the nineties and the latest trends in mobile technology. You can expect to see attractions and interactive games. The exhibition is held on the occasions of the 140th anniversary of Alexander Graham Bell’s patent registration, the 25th anniversary of the launch of the internet in the Czech Republic, and 20 years of widespread mobile phone communication in our country.

The exhibition is dedicated to the important Czech industrial designer Svatopluk Král. He has been a pioneer in the field of the modern design of machine-tools, as well as a distinctive artist and author of kinetic toys for handicapped children.