The Museum of Communism is a museum located in Prague. The museum is based at the Savarin Palace in the heart of the city just right on Na Prikope Street 10.
The museum is the only museum in Prague which shows the communism and its system. The museum is focusing on Prague and on Czechoslovakia in general. The museum shows a wide range of exhibitions and presenting various themes of the life in the communism including every day life, politics, different forms of art at that period of time, media, history, sports, economy, education, censorship, secret police and so on. At the Museum of Communism there is also various short films shown to the visitors. The museum opened in 2001 and it fast became one of the most visited museums in Prague. The museum displays communism and the every day life from the Czech view of point. The Museum of Communism is open everyday from 9 in the morning until 9 in the evening. The entrance fee for adults is 190 CZK, for students with ID card is 150 CZK and for children under 10 years old is for free.
The Museum of Communism
Na příkopě 852/10, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
How to get there:
Near to the metro station MUSTEK (line A and B)