Lobkowicz Palace Museum

The Lobkowicz Palace Museum invites visitors to explore Bohemian and European history through the unique perspective of the Lobkowicz family and the Lobkowicz Collections. Highlights include paintings by Bruegel, Canaletto, and Velázquez, medieval and Renaissance works of art, arms and armor, and ceramics, including the largest-surviving 17th-century Delft dinner service in the world. Also on view are fine musical instruments and hand-annotated manuscripts by Mozart and Beethoven. 

Audio Guide

Visitors are accompanied through the museum with a free audio guide, narrated in English by two generations of the Lobkowicz family and the Collections’ curators. The audio guide is also available in 10 additional languages (Czech, German, Mandarin, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, French, Korean, Ukrainian). The audio guide can also be accessed on mobile devices.

Prague InSpires Panorama

This 30-minute “insider’s guide” to Prague is narrated by Alexandra and William Lobkowicz, and contains their personal insights, stories, and remembrances of the city. The audio guide introduces visitors to more than a dozen of Prague’s most interesting and important sites, all visible from the balcony of the Lobkowicz Palace. These include Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Malá Strana, Vyšehrad Castle, Petřín Tower, and many more. It also features a musical score commissioned and composed especially for this tour. 


  • Adult: 340 CZK
  • Children (7-15 years old) / Students / Senior: 290 CZK
  • Family (2 adults + 2 children): 790 CZK
  • Free Admission for Lobkowicz Collections Members or Patrons. Members or Patrons should present their membership cards at admissions. 


  • Audio guides are available in 11 languages
  • Photos are allowed without flash #LobkowiczPalace
  • Pets are not allowed, with the exception of guide dogs and service dogs