Galerie hlavního města Prahy

Troja Château

U Trojského zámku 4/1
Prague 7
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virtual view of the Imperial Hall >

opening hours 
Tue-Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Fri 1 p.m.–6 p.m.
The château is closed during the winter season, from 1 November 2016 to 30 March 2017


full – 120 CZK
reduced – 60 CZK
seniors – 30 CZK
schools – 20 CZK
families – 250 CZK 


ticket office: +420 283 851 614


practical info > 
For booking guided tours outside the set terms of guided tours for public, please call +420 224 826 391 or e-mail >.

The tours are for groups of over 5 persons. If interested in a guided commented tour, please book it at least one week in advance. For the price of the educational service, click here >.

The building is barrier-free only in the basement and on the ground floor. Other exhibition spaces are not barrier-free.

GPS: 50.118157, 14.412146

Troja Château is indeed a remarkable and exceptional building. In fact, it would be better to call it a villa instead of a château, because it echoes the opulent Roman suburban villas which its builder, Count Wenzel Adalbert of Sternberg, encountered on his long journey. The spectacular houses amidst endless gardens mesmerized him to such a degree that he decided to transfer a piece of the “Eternal City” to his native country. The young count was lucky in selecting both the site and the artists who were to make his dream come true.

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