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The exhibition introduces the visitor not only to the history and the present of prosthetics as a specific field, but also to the use of technological substitutes across all fields of medicine. It uncovers ample collaboration of experts in medicine, electronics, cybernetics, mechanics, statics, design, and other fields, which precedes the development of unique prostheses and makes it possible.

From June 1st to October 29th we will open the extensive railroad depository in Chomutov for public access. The former locomotive depot of the Czech railway system contains over one hundred pieces of rolling stock and other interesting items of railroad technology.

Opening hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10am - 5pm

At the edge of the Letná park, in front of the National Technical Museum, stands the oldest floored carousel in Europe. The National Technical Museum is planning to restore the carousel's structural parts in the immediate future, which, however, will not be enough to restore the carousel to a fully functioning state. Therefore, a cooperative project between the district of Prague 7, the National Technical Museum and other nearby institutions has been formed to plan the restoration of the remaining portions, and return the carousel to fully functional status in the near future. This initiative is open to sponsorship by the public, that is, to anyone wishing to help restore the Letná carousel. You may contribute to the restoration fund by donating to transparent account: 107-9304750207/0100.

Days of reduced admission (50CZK) for all visitors:

2017

15 Feb Anniversary of the reopening of the National Technical Museum in 2011
28 Mar Teachers' Day
18 May International Day of Museums and Galleries
5 Jul Anniversary of foundation of the National Technical Museum in 1908
28 Sept Anniversary of opening of the NTM's first public exposition in the Schwarzenberg palace next to the Prague Castle
28 Oct Foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic
17 Dec Anniversary of the death of Václav Havel

 

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.

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.