During the 18th century, Villa Bertramka was the country home of the Dušek family. Today it lies in the fast-growing Prague neighbourhood of Smichov. Its fame rests on the fact that the Duseks were friends of the great composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Villa Bertramka is the most significant place …Read More »
During the 18th century Villa Bertramka (today Mozart Museum) was the country home of the Dusek family. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart stayed in this villa on his visits to Prague in 1787 and 1791. Here you can see the composer’s valuable manuscripts, his harpsichord and a lock of his hair. In the summer many concerts are held in the villa’s beautiful gardens.
Address: Mozartova 169, Smíchov
Getting there: take tram 4, 7, 9 or 10
Tickets: museum tickets cost 110 CZK. If there is a concert, tickets cost 390 CZK
Open: 9.30am-6pm (in low season until 4pm); concerts usually start at 5pm.