Named for the famous Czech composer, the Antonín Dvorák Museum is part of the grand Czech Museum (which is also linked with the National Museum). The baroque style building, surrounded by stone steps and a black, wrought iron fence, houses a ton of artifacts, all of which relate to Dvorák. Some of the items include letters, photos, newspaper articles, memos and a few of his actual instruments. The museum also holds a series of concerts, temporary exhibitions and lecture. All in all, anyone interested in Czech culture or classical music will enjoy the museum.
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