If you’re put off by the rather uninspiring name, then don’t be, as a visit to Prague’s Technical Museum is a rewarding experience. Without doubt, the most impressive displays are found in the large Transport Hall, crammed full of vintage trains, planes and automobiles.
Among the many exhibits here are examples of Czech engineering at its best – Skoda for example was one of the foremost engineering companies in Europe before WWII. Elsewhere, there’s a large display of film and photographic equipment, while the mining technology exhibit recreates the workings of a coal/ore mine in the museum’s basement.
Address: Kostelní 42, Praha 7, Holešovice Directions: Tram 1, 8, 25 to Kamenická.
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