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Lego Muzeum, Prague
(3.2/5 based on 170 reviews on the web)
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  • For kids and adults quite interesting, a must for LEGO fans. Can always be a nice add on for a Prague visit. 
  • Probably, my expectations were simply too high... It's a small exhibition, loose completely can be seen in an hour. I would have expected more here easily.
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  • Really enjoyed our visit to the Lego Museum, the shop is quite small-ish but we were really impressed with the huge amount of lego toys in the museum part - trains, Star Wars, famous buildings, charac...  more »
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  • Lots of rare Lego, a little bit of Lego history and the opportunity to buy very old sets (at collector's prizes) and individual bricks from some older sets at weight prize plus a huge Charles Bridge made out of Lego. I enjoyed it, but be careful and compare prizes of the current models! Some are absolutely OK, others, like the Lego Wall-E cost three times what they would've cost someplace else.
  • Not only do they still sell the most rarest models in the shop, but the museum also brings back lots of childhood memories (to me at least). Thematically grouped, you can have a look at fairly past and exquisite models.
  • Cool Lego museum with a very large collection of new and old Lego. Worth a trip with the kids and there's plenty to do and see.
  • Our 8 year old son rated 5 stars. There is a big lego museum although the building looks small from the outside. The staff at the shop was proactively helpful, they offered tax free without us even asking.
  • Pricey for the small display. Another fee for the freedom to take pictures. The children enjoyed unlimited time to play with the Legos.