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Historical significance: The exhibits are divided into areas based on three themes titled “The Dream”, “Reality”, and “The Nightmare”. They provide an in-depth insight into the politics, economics, education, art, sports, and propaganda during the communist era.
Real life anecdotes: A comprehensive collection of Posters, short videos, historical documents, and original artifacts highlight the experiences of real people and their struggles to survive the brutality and hardship of the communist regime.
Unique & Unconventional Exhibits: There are reconstructed large-scale recreations of a shock worker’s workshop, a classroom, a child’s bedroom, and an interrogation room. These give an authentic feel of the harsh daily life under a totalitarian regime.
General Timings: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM Monday to Sunday except on 24 December.
Last Entry: 30 minutes before closing time.
Duration of Visit: 1-2 hours
Address: V Celnici 1031/4, 118 00 Nové Město, Prague, Czechia
Book Tickets Online: Buy your Museum of Communism tickets online in advance. This will help you save time by avoiding long ticket queues and allow you to make the most of your visit.
Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit the Museum of Communism Prague is on weekdays during the morning hours, preferably at the opening time at 9 AM. This way, you can avoid large crowds and leisurely explore every exhibit. On weekends, the museum tends to get quite crowded, which can make your visit less convenient.
Take Pictures & Videos: The museum allows visitors to take pictures (non-flash photography), but for non-commercial purposes only.
You can book your Museum of Communism Prague tickets online. By purchasing tickets online, you can avoid long queues, and your admission is confirmed upon payment.
Museum of Communism Prague tickets are available starting from €15.
The Museum of Senses is located in Prague, Czech Republic, at V Celnici 1031/4, 118 00 Nové Město.
To avoid large crowds and explore all the exhibits at your leisure, visit the museum during the morning hours. It is also preferable to visit on the weekdays as the museum tends to get crowded on weekends.
It takes about an hour for a casual visitor to go through all the exhibits at the Museum of Communism Prague. However, if you want to explore all the exhibits in depth, it will take you about 2 hours.
Yes, visitors are allowed to take photographs and videos inside the museum for non-commercial purposes. Keep in mind that flash photography is not permitted.
Yes, visitors can buy various items and souvenirs such as books, t-shirts, magnets, posters, postcards, mugs, coasters, and others at the museum shop.