Antonin Dvorak Museum in Prague, Czech Republic (Muzeum Antonína Dvoráka). Has a piano room, concert room with another piano, historical information, all in a pleasant pink and beige baroque building. Also a garden with statues.
Worth a visit if you like Dvorak or old pianos, probably not otherwise, unless you can combine it with a concert performance (held a couple of times a week during summer).
- Closed on Mondays (like most museums in the Czech Republic).
- Closed for lunch (1230-1300). Otherwise opening hours: 1000-1700 Tue-Sun (last ticket sale at 1630).
- Car parking difficult (street, pay).
- Concerts at 2000 on Tue and Fri from April-September.
- Admission fee: CZK 50 for adults. Another CZK 30 for photography permission.
- Allow 30 mins unless you want to read everything, then one hour.
- Address and location: Ke Karlovu 20, 120 00 Praha 2 (New Town Prague).
- Near Metro station I. P. Pavlova on the Red Line (C) (5 min walk).
- Tel: +420-224-923363, email: email@example.com, website page: www.nm.cz/detail.php?str_id=166 (in Czech only although some parts of general museum website at www.nm.cz also in English).
- Museum is in Villa America (Amerika House?). Dvorak didn’t actually live in the building.