Museum of Communism
About the Museum of Communism
This museum displays information about the Communist era in Czechoslovakia between February putsch (1948) and the Velvet Revolution (1989). This includes detailed information about the day to day life, education, propaganda in the media, the army, the police, the courts, and other institutes of repression. Visitors can learn about the totalitarian regime, the Iron Curtain, and see artifacts, interviews, and photographs during this time period.
Address: V Celnici 1031/4, Prague
Prices & Where to Purchase Tickets
Adults: 290 czk
Children under 10: Free
Students (with valid ID): 250 czk
Senior (65 and older): 270 czk
Family (2 adults & 2 children): 600 czk + 190 czk for each additional child
Purchase tickets at the museum.
Metro B – Náměstí Republiky
Tram – Náměstí Republiky
Hours of Operation
9 am to 9 pm – Daily
This museum may not be suitable for small children.
There are several boards with information printed on them which can take some time to read.
Information is printed in Czech and English.
Most visitors spend between 1 – 2 hours here.
Attractions near the Museum of Communism
Municipal House (classical concerts)
Palladium Shopping Centre