For the Eyes to Admire.
For the Eyes to Admire. Decorative Techniques in Medieval Painting and Sculpture, 14th – 16th Centuries

till 20. May 2018
Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia
Norbert Grund (1717–1767)
The Charm of the Everyday

till March 18, 2018
Kinsky Palace
Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria
A Renaissance Ruler and Art Patron between Prague and Innsbruck

till 25 February 2018
Waldstein Riding School
NG 222
222nd anniversary of The National Gallery in Prague
Public programs
The Golden Age of Venetian Veduta Painting
Canaletto, Marieschi, Guardi

till 25 March 2018
Schwarzenberg Palace
Cosmic Architecture of Jan Konůpek

till 11 March 2018
Trade Fair Palace
Bidding farewell to the Art of Asia exhibition

till 25 February 2018
Kinsky Palace
Charta Story. The Story of Charter 77

till 13 January 2019
Salm Palace

Permanent exhibitions

Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe 1200–1550
Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia
European Art from Antiquity to Baroque
Sternberg Palace
Art from the Rudolfine Era to the Baroque in Bohemia
Schwarzenberg Palace
The Art of the 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries
Trade Fair Palace
The Art of Asia
Kinsky Palace
The Collection of Prints and Drawings
Graphic cabinets


222st Anniversary of the National Gallery – free admission

The National Gallery in Prague celebrates 222st anniversary of its establishment on February 3–4. On these days, admission to all permanent exhibitions of the National Gallery in Prague is free.

The closing of the Trade Fair Palace exhibitions is coming soon

The exhibition of international art on the 1st floor will be closed as of 21 January 2018. The exhibitions on the 2nd and 3rd floors will be open until 18 March 2018. Entry for children and youth under 26 years is free.

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