Wax Museum Prague
The Wax Museum is located on Celetná Street in the Old Town. The extensive exhibition is spread over several floors of the building and you see truly interesting personalities. The exhibition is divided into several thematic units – important figures in Czech history, Czech and world figures of the 20th century in science, politics, culture and sport.
January – December
- Whole week
- 10.00 – 21.00
Prague Wax Museum - permanent exhibition
The Wax Museum is home to heroes, stars, artists and many others. It offers the opportunity to meet face to face with Michael Jackson, Harry Potter, or even Stalin. The extensive exhibition is spread out over several storeys where you can meet some truly interesting people.
In the first part you’ll learn about important figures from Czech history, such as Charles IV or Rudolf II. Another section presents the greats of Czech cultural and political life - don’t miss T.G. Masaryk, Karel Čapek or the Good Soldier Schweik. An entire floor is dedicated to Czech and foreign athletes and artists and other major world figures. Give Jaromir Jagr a cheer and take a photo with the Dalai Lama! And although our Karel Gott probably won’t sign an autograph for you, it’s still worth coming and meeting him. You'll also find Mick Jagger and Tina Turner. Meeting world dictators and tyrants face to face such as Adolf Hitler, Mao Zedong, Stalin and Klement Gottwald can be an overwhelming experience.
Come and see the excellent work of leading Czech sculptors, architects and makeup artists!
The Wax Museum also features a Mirror Maze and kaleidoscopic cinema.