Visiting

Annual ticket

Allows for unlimited year-long entrance to all permanent and short-term exhibitions held by the National Gallery in Prague. The ticket is available in the Gallery cash registers and in the Gallery internet shop. 


PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS

Admission to permanent exhibitions 

Admission valid for seven days from purchase for entry to all six permanent exhibitions of the National Gallery in Prague – Kinský Palace, Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, Trade Fair Palace, Sternberg Palace, Schwarzenberg Palace, Salm Palace.

  • Basic admission: 300 CZK
  • Reduced admission: 150 CZK 


Free admission*

  • Children and youth to the age of 18 
  • Students to the age of 26, with their valid study card 
  • Holders of the ZTP and ZTP/P (severe health disability) cards
  • Accompanying pedagogues and guides of groups
  • Association of Museums and Galleries (AMG)
  • ICOM, ICOMOS, National Conservation Institute (NPÚ)
  • Association of Slovak Museums (Zväz múzeí na Slovensku)
  • Members of the Society of Friends of the National Gallery (SPNG)
  • Members of the Society of Arts and History (Uměleckohistorická společnost)
  • Holders of the Prague Card (Prague Tourist Card / Pražská turistická karta)
  • Holders of the VIP 220 card
  • Holders of the honorary entrance ticket
 

Reduced admission*

  • Seniors over 65 years of age
  • Holders of valid international cards IYTC, EYCA/EURO<26, ITIC
  • Holders of the ARTcard
 

SHORT-TERM EXHIBITIONS

Trade Fair Palace

Zdenek Rykr and the Chocolate Factory

  • Basic admission: 150 CZK
  • Reduced admission: 80 CZK
  • Families: 300 CZK (2 adults and the maximum of 5 children to the age of 15)
  • School groups: 20 CZK per pupil/student


Alfons Mucha: The Slav Epic

  • Basic admission: 180 CZK
  • Reduced admission: 144 CZK (the OpenCard holders)
  • Reduced admission: 90 CZK (children between 6 and 15 years of age / seniors over 65 years / students of all secondary and high schools and universities with a daily-study certificate – ISIC, IYTC, EYCA/EURO<26, ITIC)
  • School groups: 20 CZK per pupil/student


Combination: Permanent exhibitions + Alfons Mucha: The Slav Epic

  • Basic admission: 400 CZK
  • Reduced admission: 240 CZK
  • School groups: 20 CZK per pupil/student


Combination: Permanent exhibitions + Zdenek Rykr and the Chocolate Factory

  • Basic admission: 300 CZK
  • Reduced admission: 150 CZK
  • School groups: 20 CZK per pupil/student


Sternberg Palace

Cranach from All Sides + permanent exhibition European Art from Antiquity to Baroque

  • Basic admission: 150 CZK
  • Reduced admission: 80 CZK
 

Free admission*

  • Children to the age of 6 
  • Holders of the ZTP and ZTP/P (severe health disability) cards
  • Accompanying pedagogues and guides of groups
  • Association of Museums and Galleries (AMG)
  • ICOM, ICOMOS, National Conservation Institute (NPÚ)
  • Association of Slovak Museums (Zväz múzeí na Slovensku)
  • Members of the Society of Friends of the National Gallery (SPNG)
  • Members of the Society of Arts and History (Uměleckohistorická společnost)
  • Holders of the Prague Card (Prague Tourist Card / Pražská turistická karta)
  • Holders of the VIP 220 card
  • Holders of the honorary entrance ticket


Reduced admission*

  • Children between 6 and 15 years of age  
  • Seniors over 65 years of age
  • Holders of valid international cards ISIC, IYTC, EYCA/EURO<26, ITIC
  • Holders of the ARTcard

* Reduced admission and free admission do not concern the exhibition “The Slav Epic”, organized by Prague City Gallery, and the exhibition Emperor Charles IV. 1316–2016, which has special categories of admission and available discounts (see below).

 

Waldstein Riding School

Emperor Charles IV. 1316–2016

The ticket is valid only on the day of purchase.

Basic admission

  • 280 CZK

Reduced admission

  • Children between 10 and 15 years of age, pupils/students between 15 and 26 years of age, seniors over 65 years of age, holders of ITIC, holders of theh employee cards of the Czech Television, members of SPNG, AMG and UHS): 190 CZK
  • Families (2 adults and children to 10 years of age): 500 CZK
  • School groups: 60 CZK per person
  • Groups to 10 persons: 140 CZK per person

Free admission

  • Children to 10 years of age
  • Accompanying pedagogues
  • Guides of groups
  • Holders of ICOM, ICOMOS 
  • Holders of VIP 220 card
  • Holders of year-long entrance tickets 
  • Holders of honorary tickets
  • Holders of ZTP and ZTP/P (severe health disability) cards with accompaniment

 

Free Admission Days in 2016

17 January

2 p.m.–6 p.m.

Celebration of ArtBirthday in the Trade Fair Palace – from 2 p.m. free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions of the National Gallery in Prague in the Trade Fair Palace

5 February

10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Generosity. The Art of Giving

6–7 February

10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions on the occasion of the 220th Anniversary of the NG

14–15 May

10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Free admission to permanent exhibitions in Salm, Schwarzenberg and Sternberg Palace

18 May

10 a.m.–9 p.m.

Museum and Gallery Anniversary Day – free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions except the exhibition Emperor Charles IV 1316–2016, where pays regular entrance fee and opening hours from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. 

1 June

10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Free admission to permanent exhibitions in Salm, Schwarzenberg and Sternberg Palace

2 June

6 p.m.–10 p.m.

MÁME OTEVŘENO– free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions of the National Gallery in Prague in the Trade Fair Palace

11 June

7 p.m.–1 a.m.

Prague Museum Night – free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions except the exhibition Emperor Charles IV 1316–2016 

14 June

6 p.m.–9 p.m.

Free admission to Zdenek Rykr and the Chocolate Factory exhibition („Kofila in new design“, and lecture by Denisa Hejlová)

17 September

10.00 a.m.–6 p.m.

Festival Experience the Town Differently – free admission to all permanent and short-term exhibitions in the Trade Fair Palace

28 September

10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Czech Statehood Day –  free admission to all permanent exhibitions

28 October

10 a.m.–6 p.m.

The Founding of Czechoslovakia – free admission to all permanent exhibitions

Free admission does not apply to the exhibition Alfons Mucha: Slav Epic organized by Prague City Gallery in cooperation with the City of Prague.

Visiting

Program of following 7 days

Wednesday
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Thursday
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Friday
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Saturday
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Sunday
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Tuesday
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