Municipal House of Prague
…a picture is worth a thousand words.
Come and experience the unique atmosphere of the golden age of Art Nouveau. Immerse yourself in the refinement of this era bygone. This Art Nouveau treasure, located in the very heart of Prague, dominates the site of the former Royal Court. It was from here that Bohemian kings ruled the Bohemian Crown lands, starting with Wenceslas IV up through Vladislaus Jagiellon, who decided to leave this seat, which was located on an important trade route to Kutná Hora, the main source of silver and wealth of medieval Bohemia. The beautiful Gothic Powder Tower, adjoining the Municipal House, remains as an exquisite testament to this era.
Experience the singular atmosphere, the genius loci, of this place, surrounded by the beautiful works by the greatest masters, sculptors and painters of the beginning of the past century, such as Jan Preisler, Mikoláš Aleš, Max Švabinský, František Ženíšek, Ladislav Šaloun, Josef Mařatka, Josef Václav Myslbek and Alfons Mucha to name just a few.
The Municipal House has been deservedly proclaimed a national heritage building. It is a treasure whose importance reaches far beyond the Czech Republic’s borders. Come and enjoy the extraordinary atmosphere of beautiful concerts, balls and fashion shows or the elegance of the parlours and restaurants with your friends. Bring your children to this place permeated with important events of Czech history and they will never forget where the Royal Court was once located, which witnessed the proclamation of independent Czechoslovakia in 1918 by the “founding fathers,” and in 1989 hosted the first meetings between the communist government and the Civic Forum representatives, led by Václav Havel.
Exhibitions, concerts, balls, fashion shows, congresses or anything you wish. For prices that will surprise you.