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LEGO Museum Prague | Explore the Ultimate LEGO Wonderland

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Národní 362/31, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město, Czechia

Timings

10am–8pm




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What is LEGO Museum Prague?

With over 1 million LEGO bricks on display, the LEGO Museum in Prague offers a variety of exhibits that showcase the history and creativity of LEGO. You can see everything from classic LEGO sets to life-size LEGO sculptures. The museum also has many interactive exhibits where you can build your own LEGO creations and have a fun-filled day. Open to visitors of all ages, the LEGO Museum Prague brings a smile to everybody's face.

Quick facts about LEGO Museum Prague

Quick facts about LEGO Museum Prague
  • Official name: Muzeum LEGO Praha
  • Address: Národní 31, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
  • Date of opening: May 25, 2016
  • Timings: Monday - Sunday: 10 AM - 8 PM
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site: No
  • Number of visitors per year: Over 200,000
  • Collection size: Over 1 million LEGO bricks

Plan your visit to LEGO Museum Prague

Opening hours
Location
LEGO Museum Prague timings

General timings: 10 AM - 8 PM daily
Last entry: 30 minutes before closing time
Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
Best time to visit: Early morning on a weekday when the crowds are smaller.
Best months to visit:

  • Spring (April to June): mild weather and fewer crowds
  • Fall (September to October): cool temperatures and scenic fall foliage

Address: Národní 362/31, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
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Location: The LEGO Museum Prague is located in the heart of the city, on Národní třída, a bustling pedestrian street lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is just a short walk from the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and other popular tourist attractions. 
Nearest bus stop: Národní divadlo
Nearest tram stop: Národní třída
Nearest metro stop: Národní třída

LEGO Museum Prague highlights

LEGO history timeline - LEGO Museum Prague

LEGO history timeline

Start your journey at the museum with a captivating LEGO history timeline showcasing the evolution of these iconic bricks and their impact on pop culture.

Impressive LEGO models - LEGO Museum Prague

Impressive LEGO models

Marvel at an array of awe-inspiring Lego models, including famous landmarks, intricate cityscapes, and beloved movie scenes constructed from millions of bricks.

Star Wars zone - LEGO Museum Prague

Star Wars zone

Explore the galaxy far, far away in the Star Wars zone, where you'll encounter impressive Star Wars-themed Lego creations, perfect for fans of the franchise.

Harry Potter zone in LEGO Museum Prague

Harry Potter zone

Enter the wizarding world of Harry Potter in this zone, where you can find many beautiful HP LEGO creations. It's the most beloved zone of every Harry Potter fan.

Interactive Play Area - LEGO Museum Prague

Interactive Play Area

For the young ones and those young at heart, an interactive play area offers a chance to get hands-on with LEGO bricks and build your own masterpieces.

Lego Art gallery- LEGO Museum Prague

Lego Art gallery

Admire intricate LEGO art and paintings, showcasing the creativity and versatility of these tiny plastic bricks in a whole new light.

Miniature Lego City - LEGO Museum Prague

Miniature Lego City

Stroll through a charming LEGO city, complete with bustling streets, moving trains, and even an airport, all in delightful miniature form.

LEGO movie magic- LEGO Museum Prague

LEGO movie magic

Dive into the world of LEGO movies with a dedicated exhibit showcasing characters and scenes from the popular LEGO themed films.

Historic Czech landmarks in LEGO Museum Prague

Historic Czech landmarks

Discover detailed LEGO renditions of iconic Czech landmarks, offering a unique perspective on the country's rich history and culture.

Mindstorms robotics - LEGO Museum Prague

Mindstorms robotics

Witness the power of LEGO Mindstorms robotics, where programmable LEGO robots come to life and perform fascinating tasks.

Temporary exhibits - LEGO Museum Prague

Temporary exhibits

Depending on the season, the museum often features temporary exhibits that provide fresh and exciting LEGO creations for visitors to enjoy.

Lego Museum Shop- LEGO Museum Prague

Lego museum shop

Don't forget to visit the museum shop for a range of LEGO-themed souvenirs and sets to take home as a memento of your visit.

Interactive Workshops in LEGO Museum Prague

Interactive workshops

Keep an eye out for any workshops or events, which might include building challenges or guided sessions to enhance your LEGO skills.

Lego History Insights - LEGO Museum Prague

Lego history insights

Throughout the museum, you'll find informative displays offering insights into the history and manufacturing of Lego bricks.

History of LEGO Museum Prague

  • The LEGO Museum in Prague was founded in 2016 by Miloš Křeček, a Czech businessman and LEGO enthusiast. Křeček began collecting LEGO bricks in the 1980s, and his collection eventually grew to over 1 million bricks. 
  • He then decided to open the museum to share his love of LEGO with the world. The museum is located in the heart of Prague, in a historic building that was once a bank. 
  • It features a variety of exhibits that showcase the history and creativity of LEGO. Visitors can see everything from classic LEGO sets to life-size LEGO sculptures. The museum also has several interactive exhibits where visitors can build their own LEGO creations. 
  • The LEGO Museum Prague has quickly become one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. It has been featured in numerous publications and travel guides and has won a number of awards.

Interesting facts about LEGO Museum Prague

Interesting facts about LEGO Museum Prague
  • LEGO Museum Prague is the largest LEGO museum in the world, with over 1 million LEGO bricks on display.
  • The museum has over 3,000 LEGO models, including famous characters, historical Prague landmarks, and exclusive collectibles.
  • The museum's most popular exhibit is a life-size model of the Eiffel Tower, made out of over 200,000 LEGO bricks.
  • The museum's kid's corner is a great place for children of all ages to let their imaginations run wild and build their own LEGO creations.
  • The museum offers a variety of educational programs for visitors of all ages, including workshops, tours, and scavenger hunts.

Frequently asked questions about LEGO Museum Prague

What is the LEGO Museum Prague?

The LEGO Museum Prague is a museum dedicated to LEGO bricks and sets. It is the largest LEGO museum in the world, with over 1 million LEGO bricks on display. The museum has a variety of exhibits that showcase the history and creativity of LEGO, including classic LEGO sets, life-size LEGO sculptures, and interactive exhibits where visitors can build their own LEGO creations.

Why is LEGO Museum Prague famous?

The LEGO Museum Prague is famous for being the largest LEGO museum in the world and for its unique and innovative exhibits. The museum is also popular for its family-friendly atmosphere and its educational programs.

Why should I visit the LEGO Museum Prague?

The LEGO Museum Prague is a great place for people of all ages, but it is especially popular with families and LEGO fans. The museum is a fun and educational experience that allows visitors to learn about the history of LEGO and to build their own LEGO creations.

What can I see at LEGO Museum Prague?

At the LEGO Museum Prague, you can see a wide variety of LEGO models, including famous characters from movies, TV shows, and video games, historical Prague landmarks, and exclusive collectibles. The museum also has several interactive exhibits, including a kid's corner where visitors can build their own LEGO creations and a LEGO store.

How can I get LEGO Museum Prague tickets?

You can get LEGO Museum Prague tickets online or at the door. Tickets are available for adults, children, and families. We recommend you buy tickets online for a smoother experience and to secure your entry on your preferred day and time.

Are there guided tours available at LEGO Museum Prague?

There are no guided tours available at the LEGO Museum Prague. However, the museum has a number of educational programs and workshops that visitors can participate in.

Who built the LEGO Museum Prague?

The LEGO Museum Prague was designed and built by the Czech architect Miloš Křeček.

When did LEGO Museum Prague open?

The LEGO Museum Prague opened in May 2016.

Are there dining options available at LEGO Museum Prague?

There is no restaurant inside the LEGO Museum Prague. However, there are many restaurants and cafes located nearby, like the Thai Station Bistro & CafeCharles Bridge Restaurant, and Restaurant U provaznice.

Is photography allowed at LEGO Museum Prague?

Yes, photography is allowed at the LEGO Museum Prague. However, flash photography is not allowed.

What other attractions are near LEGO Museum Prague?

The LEGO Museum Prague is located in the heart of Prague, near many other popular tourist attractions, such as the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and the Prague Castle.

Can I bring my own LEGO bricks to the LEGO Museum in Prague?

Yes, you can bring your own LEGO bricks to the LEGO Museum Prague. However, you are not allowed to build with them in the museum's exhibits.

Is the LEGO Museum Prague affiliated with The LEGO Group?

No, the LEGO Museum Prague is not affiliated with The LEGO Group. However, The LEGO Group has endorsed the museum and has donated a number of LEGO sets and models to the museum's collection.