The district Josefovs with many Synagogues, Jewish cemetery etc., is now a museum with a common entrance ticket. The main attraction is Pinkas Synagogue where you can find the names of all Nazi victims including a harrowing collection children’s drawings from the concentration camp Theresienstadt.
Open 9-18 summer, 9-16.30 winter.
Franz Kafka Museum
The Franz Kafka Museum is nice, but a bit unwieldy about the author of many famous quotes. Suits best for those who have read several of his works and have a passionate interest for his life.
Address: Cihelna 2b
Museum Kampa has a shining private collection of sculptures and modern art from all over Eastern Europe in a beautiful building right on the banks of the river Vlata.
Address: U Sovových mlýnu 2
Museum of Decorative Arts
The best of Czech arts and crafts during the centuries.
Open Tues 10-17, Wed – Sun 10-18.
Address: 17 listopadu 2
Museum of Communism
Showing another side of Prague with the daily life during the often harsh communist years between 1945 – 1989 and lessons learnt.
Address: Na Prikope 10