Breadcrumbs navigation

Jewish Museum in Prague – Information and Reservation Centre (Židovské muzeum)

Information and reservation centre is located in the heart of Prague's former Jewish Town on Maiselova Street. Here visitors will find an interactive information gateway with basic information on individual monuments and permanent exhibitions in the Jewish Town, but also selected Jewish sights in Prague and elsewhere in the Czech Republic, an overview of current cultural and educational programs, museums and other practical tips.

  • Monuments & Architecture
  • synagogue/Jewish heritage
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • museum

Opening hours

    • November – March
    • Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun
    • 09.00 – 16.30
    • April – October
    • Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun
    • 09.00 – 18.00

Closed on Saturdays and Jewish holidays.

More

 

Practical information

The centre offers:

• Tickets for all tours and sites of the Prague Jewish Town

• An interactive map of sites and permanent exhibitions in the Prague Jewish Town and of selected Jewish monuments in Prague and the rest of the Czech Republic

• Guided tours for groups and individuals

• Audio guide rental

• Information about cultural and educational events

• Useful tips – where to find kosher meals + services provided by travel agencies specializing in Jewish heritage tours

• Visitor services (refreshments, WC, baby changing table, disabled access)

• Payment in CZK, EUR and debit/credit card

 

SITES:

Robert Guttmann Gallery

  • short exhibitions focusing on Jewish history, life, art and also Jewish monuments in the Czech Republic

Klausen Synagogue

  • the biggest synagogue in Prague, permanent exhibition: Jewish Custom and Tradition – part one

Maisel Synagogue

  • permanent exhibition: Jews in the Bohemian Lands, 10th – 18th Century

Ceremonial Hall

  • Jewish Custom and Tradition – part II; Jewish medicine and Prague Burial Society

Pinkas Synagogue

  • Memorial to the Bohemian and Moravian Victims of Shoah; permanent exhibition: Children´s Drawings from the Terezin Ghetto

Spanish Synagogue

  • collection of silver artefacts
  • Jews in the Bohemian Lands, 19th – 20th Century
  • venue for concerts (classical music)

Old Jewish Cemetery

  • it was founded in the 15th century, there are buried many important persons: (Rabbi Loew, Avigdor Kara, Aaron Horowitz, Mordecai Maisel, David Gans, Rabbi David Oppenheim)

  

ADMISSION FEES

1)      Prague Jewish Town (incl.: Old New Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, Pinkas S.; Klausen S., Spanish S., Old Jewish Cemerary, Ceremonial Hall, Robert Guttmann Gallery)

  • Adults: CZK 530
  • Children 6-15, students under 26: CZK 370
  • Disability card holders accompanied by a helper: CZK 85
  • Children under 6: free
  • Family ticket (2 adults and up to 4 children) – adults: CZK 500, every child (6-15): 160

2)      Jewish Museum in Prague

(incl.: Maisel Synagogue, Pinkas S.; Klausen S., Spanish S., Old Jewish Cemerary, Ceremonial Hall, Robert Guttmann Gallery)

  • Adults: CZK 350
  • Children 6-15, students under 26: CZK 250
  • Disability card holders accompanied by a helper: CZK 50
  • Children under 6: free
  • Family ticket (2 adults and up to 4 children) – adults: CZK 350, every child (6-15): 100

3)      Old New Synagogue

  • Adults: CZK 220
  • Children 6-15, students under 26: CZK 150
  • Disability card holders accompanied by a helper: CZK 35
  • Children under 6: free
  • Family ticket (2 adults and up to 4 children) – adults: CZK 220, every child (6-15): 80

4)      Robert Guttmann Gallery

  • Adults: CZK 50
  • Children 6-15, students under 26: CZK 30
  • Children under 6: free

 More information, bonuses and discounts

Tickets are valid for 7 days.

Show practical information

Contacts

  • Jewish Museum in Prague – Information and Reservation Centre (Židovské muzeum)
  • Maiselova 15
  • 110 00 Praha 1- Josefov
  • +420222749464
  • +420222317191

More places