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Museum of Public Transport, Prague

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  • First of all, my TIP how to get here. I must recommend everybody to get there by the historical Tram no. 41, because its only one historical Tram you can get really in, one direction ride is for 35 CZ...  more »
  • The last time we visited Prague it was Sunday and the museum was not open. This time we came on a Saturday and got the bonus of going on the 91 nostalgia tram. The museum has a great number of old tra...  more »
  • I really enjoyed this museum, despite the fact that nothing was in a language I understand. They do offer you an English brochure that kinda explains 10% of the museum at the entry, but I quickly disc...  more »
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  • Expected it to be bit bigger, but it is fine for people who likes publuc transport and wants to find out about history etc how we used to travelled in the past with ikarus, karosa, skoda
  • Great place for the kids on a rainy day.
  • Small but dense museum about the metropolitan public transport in Prague. You will find relucs from the 1800's and, you could take a seat in a few of them. Ideal for children. Some selected days is completely for free. Regularly it costs about 2 USD.
  • Interesting place to visit to see how Prague trams have developed over the years. Not a big museum – the trams and buses are packed in quite densely. Everything is well labeled with dates, etc., but very few things are interactive.
  • Nice place to conduct private events in.