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Dvorak Museum

Ke Karlovu 462/20 | Praha 2, Nové Mesto, Prague 120 00, Czech Republic
+420 224 923 363
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“recital hall” (2 reviews)
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Ke Karlovu 462/20 | Praha 2, Nové Mesto, Prague 120 00, Czech Republic
Praha 2
+420 224 923 363
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Only if you are a Dvorak geek will this museum appeal to you...fortunately, I fit that bill...really small so easy for a quick visit.

Thank 5StarDivaFamily
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

This was delightful. The Czech Republic's favourite son composer was also a personable,,simple and devout man, and this simple museum, housed an a charming C19 Villa in Dvorak's neighbourhood, attests to this. Not huge amounts to see, but the clearly marked (also in English) exhibits,...More

Thank jpvin
Reviewed 8 February 2017

Villa Amerika, Ke Karlovu 20: A lovely baroque building, originally known as Michnas Summer Palace. The ground floor of the building has various memorabilia which would please Dvorak admirers, and the upstairs has a recital hall. During the summer, Dvorak’s music is performed in the...More

Thank Jae L
Reviewed 8 November 2016

Once was Police Museum. Now it Houses the A Dvorak Treasures. Said he Would Give All His Symphonies. To Have Invented the Steam Engine !. His Viola piano. donated by Anna Dvorakova. His Cambridge Gown. Listened to His Music on Earphones. Fascinating & Time Consuming....More

1  Thank DOMYNO
Reviewed 24 September 2016 via mobile

Worthwhile time to visit this place. It's small but quite representative of Mr. Dvorak's life and struggles. They have some personal items and they give a perspective of what he went through. Worth if you enjoy his music or are interested in becoming acquainted with...More

Thank Leonardo C
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

We came for the music theatre performance. What a treat it was. The performers were fantastic, playing for such a small audience, like having world class performers in your living room. Don't miss this if you like Dvorac.

1  Thank Niklas K
Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

If you're a music buff you'd enjoy looking at all the things that were touched by Antonin Dvorak. A beautiful place, well reserved, very easy to go to if you'd take the metro them walk for about 5 minutes to get there. Make sure you...More

Thank Nina H
Reviewed 21 June 2016

Our first day in Prague was a bit wet to begin with so to get used to the Metro system we decided to head for this Museum which involved changing trains and a 300 yard walk. If you are intersested in Music and in its...More

1  Thank JEMac65
Reviewed 19 May 2016

We visited this museum after the Smetna museum. That was so much more informative, this was a let down. Especially since it is so far out of the way.

Thank CaliforniaNatalie
Reviewed 3 May 2016

Dvorak didn't live here and the collection is an assortment of artifacts and biographical placards. Don't expect any revelations, but the visit is worthwhile to see the nice space and a few of Dvorak's possessions.

Thank gcc0615
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