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Lobkowicz Events Management
Hours & Admissions
Important Early Closing Announcements:
On Friday, 17 May, the first floor of The Lobkowicz Palace Museum will close at 14:00. The entire Lobkowicz Palace will close at 17:45.
On Sunday, 19 May, The Lobkowicz Palace Museum will close at 17:15.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
The museum at Lobkowicz Palace is open every day from 10:00 to 18:00. Last tickets are sold at 17:30.
Regular Ticket: 275 CZK
Children (7-15 years of age) / Students / Seniors: 200 CZK
Family (2 adults + 2 children): 690 CZK
Combo Ticket (Museum + Midday Classic Concert): 590 CZK
Opencard holders receive 40% off admission
Included in the price of admission is the engaging, music-filled, one-hour audio guide, which escorts visitors through the museum collections and key events in European history. Told from the very unique and personal perspective of the Lobkowicz family, the audio guide always receives rave reviews and we encourage all visitors to take advantage of this free service. The English-language version is narrated by two generations of the Lobkowicz family and the Museum's Chief Curator. The audio guide is also available in Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish.
Also included in the price of admission is a 10% discount voucher for Lobkowicz Palace Café.
For more information about the Midday Classic Concert or for information on how to purchase concert tickets or Combo Tickets online, please see Midday Classic Concert.
To reach the admissions desk directly, please call +420 233 312 925 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lobkowicz Palace participates in the following project:
29.11.2012 – 30.05.2013
Architecture in the Work of Peter Paul Rubens and Václav Hollar, the new book exhibition at Lobkowicz Palace, will open on 30 November and will introduce two attractive books focusing on architecture as presented by the most distinguished Baroque artists.
Exhibited will be a first edition (1622) of the work entitled Pallazi di Genova, published in Antwerp by the prominent Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640). The book presents detailed engravings of facades, cross sections and plans of Renaissance palaces and villas from Genoa, Italy. The second exhibited book, Castella et praetoria nobilium Brabantiae, was published by the historiographer Jacques le Roy (1633–1719). Also a first edition, it was published in Antwerp in 1694. The work is composed of more than 200 engravings and etchings.
Architecture in the Work of Peter Paul Rubens and Václav Hollar will run through 30 May 2013.