National Technical Museum
Located in the residential area of Prague 7 directly across from Letna Park is the National Technical Museum. This large museum is home to everything technical in the history of the Bohemian lands and holds over 58,000 objects with 15 percent of these historical artifacts on display. At the National Technical Museum you can see unique attractions such as astronomical objects from the 16th century used by Tycho Brahe himself, the first Czechoslovak car ever made and a collection of the oldest Daguerreotypes in the world for lovers of photography. The National Technical Museum also features a library that adds over 250,000 books to the massive collection of the museum. The items in the collection, books and archival elements are featured not only in the museum but also in professional and educational programs throughout the city. Fields represented in the museum include acoustics, architecture, building industry, consumer industry, electric engineering, food industry, photography, cinematography, chemistry, biotechnology, industrial design, metallurgy, mining, railway and transport.
Kostelní 42, Praha 7, +420 220 399 111, www.ntm.cz
Address: Kostelní 42, Praha 7