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Remembering the famous composer
Home of famous composer Antonin Dvorak, the Dvorák Museum (Muzeum A. Dvoráka) is a two-story rococo building in a Nove Mesto side street. The 19th-century Czech composer lived here 24 years, until his death in 1901. These final years were considered some of Dvorak’s finest.
A museum since the 1930s, the Dvorák Museum (Muzeum A. Dvoráka) houses several of the composer’s artifacts, including his piano, photographs and sculptures. Upstairs is a small concert hall, where recitals are sometimes held.
The building in which the Dvorák Museum (Muzeum A. Dvoráka) now resides was constructed in 1712, as part of Prague’s frontier spirit. Opening to foriegn American business, the building was soon known as “America.”
Dvorák Museum (Muzeum A. Dvoráka)
Ke Karlovu 462/20, Prague 4, Nové Město, Prague
Open Hours: Apr-Sept Tues-Sun 10am-1:30pm and 2-5:30pm; Oct-Mar 9:30am-1:30pm and 2-5pm
Category: Specialty museum
Price: Cost money