Tue-Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
during the winter season, from 1 November 2018 to 31 March 2019
Tue-Sun 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
9. - 15. 6. 2019 - closed
16. 6. 2019 - only Lukáš Machalický exhibition is closed
18. 6. 2019 - closed
19. 6. 2019 - only Lukáš Machalický exhibition and the Dancing Hall are closed
full: 60 CZK
reduced: 30 CZK
schools: 20 CZK
phone +420 222 232 053
practical info ˃
The building is not barrier-free.
With its rich construction development, fusing the elements of High Baroque and the later Rococo and Second-Rococo adaptations, Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace is one of the most outstanding examples of palace architecture in Prague. The Baroque building, located at one of the most frequented sites of old Prague − next to Charles Bridge – grew on the foundations of a Romanesque and Gothic built-up area and a Renaissance house. Its owners included an array of interesting personalities, from Count Joachim Andreas von Schlick, who was executed for his participation in the Prague Estatesʼ rebellion, the Jesuit Order and the Elector of Saxony, the cruel Count de Breda, to Prince Heinrich Paul von Mansfeld-Fondi.