National Technical Museum Prague

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On the occasion of the anniversary of important days, we invite you to visit the National Technical Museum for reduced admision fee. The discount on the entrance fee does not apply to the mine exhibition tour. Full price: 80 CZK, Children - 6 → 15 year-old: 40 CZK.

Days with reduced admission fee can be found here. 

According to scheduled technical update of the Interkamera exposition. The exposition will be unavailable from 17th February to 24th (from Friday to Friday). Thank you for understanding.

EXHIBITIONS

26th October 2022 – 30th April 2023 – Czech Architects as Designers of Technology – Jiří Kočandrle

First exhibition focused on work of architects in the field of technical design, expressing the importance of possessing architectural knowledge in founding and developing industrial design field of study as an independent interdisciplinary discipline. A significant part of the exposition is  the first retrospective presentation of Jiří Kočandrle's work (1941).

23rd November 2022 - 21st 2023 – Bohumil Míra and Milan Míšek – "Strong pair" of Czech design

First retrospective exhibition dedicated to rare pair of together working designers in 60s and early 70s of 20th century. Bohumil Míra and Milan Míšek for example developed impressive creative production for TESLA company.

29th June 2022 - 26th March 2023 - “HARDTMUTH: from Charcoal to a Pencil Empire”

“HARDTMUTH: from Charcoal to a Pencil Empire” is the newest and for year 2022 the most significant exhibition opened by National Technical Museum. Within the exhibition its visitors may admire the wide scale of Joseph Hardtmuth personality, since he was an architect, inventor and successful entrepreneur, founding successful company, worldwide renowned for its history and production.

15th June 2022 - 26th February 2023 - The Forgotten Beauty of a Forgotten Porcelain Factory

The theme of the exhibition of the National Technical Museum, which was created in cooperation with the town of Ostrov and the Museum of Applied Arts in Prague, is porcelain made in the Pfeiffer und Löwenstein Schlackenwerth (PULS) porcelain factory and its owners. There is a large number of beautiful products on display, such as Doris-shaped terrine, which was awarded at an exhibition in Paris in 1925, CALAIS-shaped coffee and tea services and small sculptures.