Prague (Czechia)

National Gallery in Prague

Our 399,000 collection items contain exquisite art from all time periods. On top of that, the best works are regularly on display in permanent exhibitions and short-term expositions. Discover for yourself the original artworks by Albrecht Dürer, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cézanne, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso as well as Czech artists ⁠–⁠ Václav Hollar, Josef Václav Myslbek, Toyen, Jan Preisler, František Kupka, Zdeněk Sýkora and Adriena Šimotová. You may view a selection of the most interesting works on the online collections, too. There are high-quality photographs in the public presentation of collection items, accompanied by basic information on the works and their authors. Close to 3,000 paintings, sculptures, and other items are at your disposal. Exhibitions The National Gallery Prague hosts exhibitions in seven buildings in the city centre. Our yearlong exhibition programme presents a vast variety of subjects and personalities, covering not only the Czech art scene, but also striving to introduce crucial aspects of Central European, European and world art to the Czech audience. The recent exhibitions our visitors enjoyed the most comprised those of French Impressionism, Ai Weiwei, Alberto Giacometti and Katharina Grosse.
National Gallery Prague

Access preferences

General Accessibility in the Museum (Accessibility)

Access to the diferent buildings:

Trade Fair Palace:

The building has step-free access. Elevators and wheelchair-accessible toilets are available in the building.
Kinsky Palace:

The palace has step-free access. There are lifts and wheelchair-accessible toilets.
Sternberg Palace:

The palace has not step-free access, a staircase leads to the exhibition.
Schwarzenberg Palace:

The palace has step-free access. There are lifts and wheelchair-accessible toilets.
Salm Palace:

The palace has step-free access. There are lifts and wheelchair-accessible toilets.
Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia:

The Convent has step-free access. There are lifts and wheelchair-accessible toilets.
Waldstein Riding School:

The building has step-free access. There are lifts and wheelchair-accessible toilets.

Visitors with specific Needs (Workshops)

We offer tours and fine arts workshops for school and interest groups with specific needs. Qualified lecturers will be at your disposal, as well as programmes tailor-made for your group. Orders and programme preparations are made on an individual basis, so feel free to contact us at vzdelavani@ngprague.cz.

Contact info

National Gallery in Prague,
Staroměstské nám. 12,
Prague, Czechia.
+420 224 301
info@ngprague.cz
https://www.ngprague.cz/en/