Lobkowicz Palace 
at Prague Castle

This 16th-century palace boasts a breathtaking panoramic view that enhances the unique, cultural experiences housed within: The Collections and museum, classical music concerts, café, gift shop, and elegant event rooms.

Dear Visitors, 

Due to recent regulations issued by the Czech government, our museums, exhibitions, and castles are closed until further notice. This includes the Lobkowicz Palace Museum and Lobkowicz Palace Café at Prague Castle, and Nelahozeves, Roudnice, and Střekov Castles. 

Thank you for your understanding and we hope to welcome you back soon. 


The Lobkowicz Palace Museum features world-famous paintings by Bruegel, Canaletto, Velázquez and more; ceramics spanning five centuries; an exceptional collection of arms and armor; and hand-annotated manuscripts by many of the world's greatest composers, including Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven.

Built in the second half of 16th century

Opened to the public in 2007

Family narrated audio guide


Housed within Prague Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it was the official Prague residence of the Lobkowicz Princes.

Daily Concerts

Listen to pearls of classical music performed in our beautiful Baroque concert hall and admire the exquisite 17th-century frescoed ceilings. 

*All classical music concerts are cancelled until further notice.

Palace Boutique

Purchase exclusive gifts for your loved ones from a variety of items inspired by the Collections. Other unique products are sourced from local and international artists including jewelry, blown glass, hand-cut puzzles, silk scarves, postcards and our award-winning Lobkowicz wines.

Palace Café

Enjoy delicious homemade Czech and International cuisine served in a relaxed atmosphere. The café boasts a spectacular panoramic view of Prague from its outdoor terrace. You may also choose to dine in the charming indoor café or Renaissance courtyard.



Jiřská 3,
119 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic