Prague Jewish Museum is a museum that is dedicated to displaying Jewish heritage, it is one of the most visited museums in Prague, Czech Republic. Its collection of Judaica is one of the largest in the world, the museum is thought to have 40,000 objects and over 100,000 books and archives. The Jewish Museum in Prague was founded in 1906 by historian Dr Hugo Lieben and Dr Augustin Stein.
‘Staroměstská Station’ is situated close to the museum and is accessible by a few modes of public transport. By metro, use line A. By bus, the 194 and 207 travel to the station. By tram, get on the 17 or 18 to the station.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week, Sunday to Friday 9am-6pm; Saturdays are the museums weekly day of closure. Tickets for the museum cost 300CZK but you can buy a combo ticket that will give you access to the museum and the Old Synagogue, these are priced at 480CZK.