Prague Castle to Open All Exhibits for Free Tomorrow


Prague Castle is currently celebrating 100 years since the founding of Czechoslovakia, and tomorrow visitors will have a unique opportunity to visit the permanent and short-term exhibitions on the Castle’s grounds for free.


To symbolically inaugurate the 2018 tourist season, Prague Castle will be opening its doors to all exhibits on Saturday, May 12 free of charge.

Guests will have the opportunity to visit Prague Castle’s historic landmarks like the Old Royal Palace and Vladislav Hall, St. George’s Basilica, and St. Vitus Cathedral. The Golden Lane and its surroundings will also be open for free.

And visitors will also be able to access rooms that are only opened for special occasions, like the representative halls and lounges of the New Royal Palace.

Temporary exhibitions marking 100 years since the foundation of Czechoslovakia will also be open free of charge, including Through the Labyrinth of Czech History, Elements of Statehood, The Restoration of Prague Castle, and Plečnik’s Renovation of Prague Castle.

Accompanying events will also be held on the Castle’s grounds to celebrate the symbolic inauguration of the 2018 season.

In the Castle’s third courtyard, a brass music festival will be presented. In the Deer Moat, a special program for children will be arranged throughout the day.

The open day will last from 9:00 until 18:00. The last visitors to St. Vitus Cathedral will be admitted at 17:00.

More info can be found on the official website of Prague Castle.

Daniel Lee

Daniel Lee

The versatile Danny Lee has been living in Prague and writing about the Czech capital for the past 15 years. You've probably read his work in the past without even knowing it.
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