Built in the mid 18th century on the site of three existing buildings with early medieval foundations and Renaissance renovations, the Kinsky Palace hosts the National Gallery in Prague's permanent exhibition of the Art of Asia and the Ancient Mediterranean. The museum sheds light on 7,000 years of artistic development with around 1,000 artifacts from the Old World cultures of Asia, Europe, and Northern America. Visitors can create their own artworks on the second floor, browse the shop of popular and professional publications opening on the ground floor of the rear building, or attend a variety of lectures, programs, and art workshops hosted by the Collection of Oriental Art and the National Gallery. The Palace also has facilities for children.
Four hundred meters of toy railways line this interesting Prague restaurant. Miniature to trains... Read more