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Museum Kampa Tours and Activities

Museum Kampa
Museum Kampa is one of Prague’s most charming museums and exhibits contemporary European art in the shiny-white, medieval Sova Mill, which sits on the Vltava bankside on cute-as-pie Kampa Island. The exhibitions are formed from the private collections of Jan and Meda Mládek, Czech art connoisseurs who gifted their stellar artworks to the country in 1999. Among the highlights of the collections are chunky bronzes of the human form by early 20th-century Cubist sculptor Otto Gutfreund and the world’s finest mass of works by pioneering abstract artist František Kupka.

Several temporary exhibitions of European artists take place throughout the year —Yoko Ono and Andy Warhol have both been featured there — and an ever-changing series of wacky art installations scatter the grounds of Sova Mill, which could range from a vast chair to an oversized bright-red plastic dog or ranks of yellow penguins lined up along the breakwater.

First mentioned in 1393, Sova Mill is itself worthy of interest as the oldest watermill on Kampa Island. It was converted into a two-story, Neo-Gothic mansion in the 19th for a wealthy milling family called Odkolek, and was reworked again by architect Helena Bukovanska, with the help of several other Czech designers, before the museum opened in 2003. From the glass rooftop terrace, there is a spectacular view of Prague Castle and the statuary of Charles Bridge.

Practical Info

Open daily 10am–6pm. Admission for adults is 240 CZK; seniors, students and children aged more than 6 are 120 CZK; less than 6 go free. Entry is free with the Prague Welcome Card. For transportation, take trams 12, 20 or 22 to Hellichova.
Address: U Sovových mlýnů 2, Malá Strana, Prague, Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic
Hours: Daily 10am–6pm
Admission: Adults: 240 CZK; Seniors, Students and Children (over 6): 120 CZK; under 6 free
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The Ultimate Prague History Tour

The Ultimate Prague History Tour

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Seven hours may seem a long time - but of course we will have breaks at cafés, food stalls or in a park, when it comes to more detailed explanations. We also stop whenever you'd like to take a photo. You will get a very profound insight on 1000 years of history - from the very inception of this city till today. This city and this country have left their heavy imprint on Europe's history. I don't do groups - just you and me, max. 6 people in case of a family or friends travelling together. I'd like to have a permanent dialogue with you. You can change the itinerary any time - there's so much to see here. So far, all my guests have been delighted about my walks.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$98.38
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4-hour Private Prague by Night Tour

4-hour Private Prague by Night Tour

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Prague is a beautiful city at any time of day, but it’s especially magical after dark, when many monuments are lit up and there are fewer tourists. On this evening tour you don’t have to worry about getting lost in the dark, or which parts of town are safe at night, as your private driver and guide will take you to the best bits. Tour the UNESCO-listed Old Town and more.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$187.61
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Prague Night Photo Tour, See Amazing Views (small-group)

Prague Night Photo Tour, See Amazing Views (small-group)

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Sharpen your photography skills while sightseeing in Prague during this small-group, nighttime walking and photography tour. Follow your professional photographer guide to the city's illuminated sights and get tips and advice on how to best use your camera for nighttime photography. Make use of your camera's manual settings such as ISO, shutter, and aperture as well as a provided tripod to capture the best photos. This tour is ideal for photography enthusiasts of all levels who want to capture beautiful images of Prague highlights like the castle, St. Nicholas Cathedral, the National Theatre, and more.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$60.25
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$60.25
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Prague Photoshoot for Romantic Couples, Family & Friends

Prague Photoshoot for Romantic Couples, Family & Friends

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Prague’s Gothic spires and historic bridges make the perfect backdrop for any photo shoot. Rather than waste your vacation trying to capture the right angle, prebook this private Prague photo shoot at key locations around town and ensure a flawless finish. Choose between a shorter shoot with 40 photos or a longer shoot with 60 photos: Your professionally edited high-resolution pictures will be ready for download within three days.
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  • 30 minutes to 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are Museum Kampa hours of operation?
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Museum Kampa hours of operation: Daily 10am–6pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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