The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, is home to the world's largest private Lego museum. On an area of 420 m2, more than 3,000 unique models are presented, the assembly of which took more than 1 million small parts.
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  2. Národní 362/31, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
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  6. Working hours*:
    Monday - Sunday 10 until 20 hours
  7. Prices*:
    Basic 250 CZK
    Seniors 150 CZK
    Students 180 CZK
    Children (up to 18 years) 150 CZK
    Children (up to 120cm) 70 CZK
    Family 2 + 1 500 CZK
    Family 2 + 2 550 CZK
    Family 2 + 3 650 CZK
  8. * - opening and closing times as well as entrance prices, are subject to alterations without notice. Visitors are advised to check before visiting.
  9. 10% GROUP DISCOUNT over 10 people (not applicable to school and family tickets)
    * One adult for ten children FREE. Groups of more than ten people must be ordered.
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What to see in the Lego Museum
In total, the museum has 20 expositions, conveniently located on three floors. The most visited of them are:

  • Harry Potter
  • Star Wars
  • Space stories
  • Indiana Jones
  • Transport
  • World Monuments
  • Lego town

The toy city is the first thing that appears before the visitors of the museum. A model of an ordinary city is placed on a huge square, where each resident is busy with his own business. And I can't even believe that all the smallest details here are from the Lego set. They are so realistic, thoughtful and well-executed. Ordinary passers-by, road workers, mothers with babies, children with pets, cars, houses, trees - everything is made of separate Lego parts. The scale of the craft amazes and for a long time attracts the attention of not only children but also adults. I would like to consider every house, every car, every corner of the toy town. The layout of the Prague city airport is amazing. It is almost like a real one, with all the details and interior decoration. But the main thing is that the layout can be set in motion at the touch of a button! There are several such moving models in the museum, each of them is a real work of art. The exposition based on the cult Star Wars will take everyone to the fabulous world of the future. Visitors will be able to witness Darth Vader's Death Star and all the other details they know from the film. A mysterious atmosphere reigns in the hall, the light is muffled, as if it were outer space. One of the museum's most valuable exhibits is the Taj Mahal, Lego Castle. Its dimensions are amazing, and the clarity of the details is simply prohibitive. One can only imagine how long it took to “build” this model. Tower Bridge is an equally ambitious project. Everything is thought out in the model: the water below, massive towers, a real drawbridge, even a mini-double decker (double-decker bus) on the bridge. Boats float along the river, and people are sitting in them. It's all built from Lego, even the cables that support the bridge. All models are worked out to the smallest detail. There are no random details in them - each has a meaning. The expositions attract the attention of not only children but also adults. There is also a special room in the museum where you can become a designer yourself for a while and assemble your version of a model from the famous designer. The room has free Wi-Fi.

How to get to Lego Museum

You can get to the museum by tram # 9, # 18 and # 22. Near the metro station Národní Třída, line B. There are two parking lots near the museum, but they are paid for.

By car parking:
- paid parking at Národní street - 50 CZK / hour
- paid parking at the National Theater - 40 CZK / hour

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