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Muzeum Antonína Dvořáka, Prague
(3.8/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Once was Police Museum. Now it Houses the A Dvorak Treasures. Said he Would Give All His Symphonies. To Have Invented the Steam Engine !. His Viola piano. donated by Anna Dvorakova. His Cambridge Gown...  more »
  • In less than 15 minutes walking distance from Wenceslas Square, I.P.Pavlova C line is the nearest metro station. Quietly nestled in a residential house has become a museum. From the main entrance at the reception desk with purchased tickets for one person 50 Kc, you can visit. The hotel he is Flash strictly related memorabilia will be on display, but the shooting is possible. In the small Hall is on the second floor, in the Center decorated the portraits of Dvorak piano aside. It's a monopoly tour we opened while no time was. Also upstairs in the small Hall, the CD will shed Symphony No. 9 woman who serviced. You could spend the time can not meet the fans.
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  • Worthwhile time to visit this place. It's small but quite representative of Mr. Dvorak's life and struggles. They have some personal items and they give a perspective of what he went through. Worth if...  more »
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  • We went there on the 05.01.16. Really unfriendly Personal! The woman in front wanted us to pay the full fee before we could even say hello. We had our student identities in hand but she wouldn't let us in because: "it's to late now you should have say before." That could have been annoying but could have been the end of it and she could have cancelled the order and could have given us the deducted faire, but she insisted now that we pay the full price... I'm a big dvorak fan but this behaviour made me miss the experience.
  • Pekna budova a park
  • It's nice but nothing special...
  • I visited this Museum July 22. Gathering and Prague for 3 days, I found that one of these days the Museum concert, so I bought a ticket on the Internet and came here. The Museum is located in 15 min. walk from the Wenceslas square in a beautiful pink Mansion "America". I came long before the concert, but charming lady-an employee of the Museum allowed me to go into the garden and Museum, for which I was immensely grateful. I liked the Museum: exhibits a little bit, but they are exhibited with great taste. Gradually gathered public and gave us "Beherevkoj". The concert was on the 2 floor of the mansion. I'm a musician, I hardly anything impress, but the impression from the concert was spectacular! Five musicians gave a costume presentation, accompanied by vocal and instrumental music. Virtuoso playing of violinist and pianist, strong, beautiful voices of the singers in the Hall with excellent acoustics in the upcoming twilight vecherejushhej Prague, created a fantastic atmosphere! Thank you! Sincerely, artist Orchestra (Moscow), Halina Greben'kova.
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  • Very cute Museum of Antonín Dvořák.
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