Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia

About the Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia

The building was originally built in the 1200’s under the direction of Agnes of Bohemia, the daughter of King Ottokar I of Bohemia. It was used a convent that included a hospital for the poor, a monastery, and churches. Today the building is used by the National Gallery to showcase Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe between 1200 to 1550.  

General Information

Address: U Milosrdných 17, 110 00 Prague 1 – Old Town

Telephone: +420 728 301 377


Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia

Prices & Where to Purchase Tickets

Permanent Exhibition

Adult: 220 czk

Children & Students: Free

Senior (over 65): 120 czk

Combination Ticket – Permanent Exhibitions

Includes: Kinský Palace, Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, Trade Fair Palace, Sternberg Palace, Schwarzenberg Palace, Salm Palace

Adult: 500 czk

Children & Students: Free

Senior (over 65): 120 czk

*See website for temporary exhibitions

Purchase tickets at the venue.

*Valid ID required for discounted rates.

**Cash or Czech credit cards accepted

***Combination tickets valid for 10 days from date of purchase.

Public Transportation

Tram – Dlouhá třída Stop

It’s approximately a 10 minute walk from the tram stop.

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Hours of Operation

Permanent & Temporary Exhibitions

10 am to 6 pm – Tuesday to Sunday

*Closed on Mondays

Garden Behind the Churches & Garden at the North Gate

10 am to 10 pm – Sunday to Thursday (June to September)

10 am to 12 am – Friday & Saturday (June to September)

9 am to 6 pm – Daily (March to May & October)

10 am to 4 pm – Daily (November to February)

*The gardens may close in bad weather

Useful Information

Photography permitted, however tripods and selfie sticks are prohibited.

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