What to Visit for FREE Today in Prague

In order to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the declaration of Czechoslovakia, today you can visit several galleries, buildings and museums for free.

  • Mayor’s Residence: come and admire impressive halls, lounges and other rooms designed in Art Deco styles. You will be guided through the lounges where receptions of official guests take place.
  • Marianske náměstí
  • From 9 am to 6 pm


  • New City Hall: you can see the Great Conference Hall on the first floor, where the City Council meets and seminars are held. The building was completed in 1911, its architect is Oslvald Polívka.
  • Mariánské náměstí 2
  • From 9 am to 6 pm


  • Škoda Lounges: the palace was built as an administrative building for Škoda Works, according to a design by architect Pavel Janák in 1924–26.
  • Jungmannova 35/29
  • From 9 am to 6 pm


  • Nostic Palace: This large early Baroque palace is located in Lesser Town, not far from the Charles Bridge. It is a harmonious structure, well adapted to the captivating streets of Lesser Town.
  • Maltézské nám. 471/1
  • From 9 am to 6 pm


  • Department of Agriculture
  • Těšnov 17
  • From 10 am to 3:30 pm


  • Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
  • Na Poříčním právu 1
  • From 9:30 am – to 14:30 pm


  • Municipal House:  the Municipal House stands at the site of the royal residence called King’s Court and it was built from 1905 to 1911 according to the project of architect Antonín Balšánek and Osvald Polívka.
  • nám. Republiky 5
  • From 9 am to 4 pm


  • Senate of the Czech Republic: the palaces became the property of the Czechoslovak State in 1945 and since then have been used by various state institutions. The Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic took its seat in those palaces in 1996.
  • Valdštejnské nám. 17/4
  • From 9 am to 4 pm


  • Kramář’s villa: since 1998 it has been the official residence of the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic. Although it is difficult to categorize the architectural style of the villa, as the Neo-Baroque features are complemented by typically Art Nouveau elements, it is considered one of the most striking examples of Prague villa design.
  • Gogolova 1
  • From 10 am to 4 pm


  • Chamber of Deputies
  • Malostranské náměstí 19
  • From 9 am to 4 pm
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