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Visit The Lobkowicz Palace

The Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately owned building inside the Prague Castle complex. It houses the highly-acclaimed Lobkowicz Collections, a unique collection of masterpiece paintings, rare musical instruments and manuscripts, rich decorative arts and spectacular arms and armor. Each day at 13:00, you can listen to pearls of classical music in the beautiful Concert Hall with its impressive 17th century painted stucco ceilings. And what better way to end your visit than to relax on the terrace of the Lobkowicz Palace Café with its panoramic view of Prague while sampling our award-winning Lobkowicz wines and beers.

Museum Information:

The Lobkowicz Collections
Hours and Admissions
Midday Classic Concert
The Lobkowicz Palace Café
The Lobkowicz Palace Museum Shop
The official Lobkowicz Collections Facebook page

Purchase your admission tickets online.

Visit Nelahozeves Castle

Nelahozeves Castle is a serene and exceptionally well-preserved Renaissance castle. The permanent exhibition, “Private Spaces”, invites you to explore and discover how an influential Bohemian noble family would have lived in one of its principle country residences. You can enjoy traditional Czech and international dishes and homemade desserts at the Castle Restaurant. Visit the Castle Gift Shop for a rich assortment of gifts and souvenirs, many of which are inspired by and made exclusively for The Lobkowicz Collections. Finally, don’t miss visiting Antonín Dvořák’s birth house, situated opposite Nelahozeves Castle.

Museum and Castle Information:

General Information
Hours and Admissions
The Castle Gift Shop
The Castle Restaurant
The official Nelahozeves Castle Facebook page

Purchase your admission tickets online.


Medieval masterpieces from The Lobkowicz Collections on loan to the Benedictine Order exhibition

Two masterpieces, the Reliquary Bust of a Female Saint from Jezeří and the Procession Cross from the permanent exhibition in the Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle, are on loan to the Open the Gates of Paradise. The Benedictines in the Heart of Europe 800-1300 exhibition, which runs from November 6, 2014 to March 15, 2015 at Waldstein Riding School in Prague.

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