Fun, interesting, and colorful, the LEGO Museum in Prague is the largest of five LEGO museums in the world. The Lego Museum is located in Prague’s Old Town.
At Prague LEGO Museum, you can explore around 20 thematic exhibitions with a total of 3,000 unique models, which are composed of more than 1.5 million cubes in an area of nearly 500 m².
A well-stocked LEGO store is yet another highlight of the Museum LEGO in Prague.
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What to expect
At Prague’s LEGO Museum, unique models of the city’s famous landmarks, such as the Charles Bridge, the National Museum, the Old Town Astronomical Clock, and the National Theater, are on display.
You can feast your eyes on incredibly expensive LEGO architecture sets, including the Carousel, the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, the Leaning Tower, and the Old Kirk’s House.
You can also spot exhibits dedicated to knightly duels, pirate sets, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Batman, and many other rare, limited sets and exclusive LEGO building blocks.
There is a special children’s corner inside the LEGO Museum Prague where visitors of all ages can enjoy building with LEGO.
Prague LEGO Museum tickets
To get admission into the LEGO Museum, you need a ticket, and we suggest you book them in advance.
Where to book tickets?
You can buy LEGO Museum tickets at the attraction or online.
However, we suggest you book your tickets online as it offers you a few benefits like:
– You get a discount on booking tickets online, which means you can save money.
– You don’t have to travel to the attraction to buy tickets and stand in long queues at the ticket counter.
– You can get your preferred time slot
– Sometimes, the tickets get sold out quickly. However, if you purchase tickets online, you can avoid last-minute disappointment.
How online ticket works?
On the ticket booking page, select a preferred date and the number of tickets, and book the tickets right away.
After booking, the tickets will be emailed to you.
On the day of your visit, you can show your e-tickets at the entrance and enter the museum.
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Adult ticket (19 to 64 years): € 12.10
Youth ticket (7 to 18 years): € 7.78
Children ticket (3 to 6 years): € 5.19
Senior ticket (65+ years): € 6.91
Student ticket (18 to 99 years with valid ID): € 8.64
Infant ticket (up to 2 years): Free
How to reach
Address: Národní 362/31, 110 00, Prague. Get Directions
You can reach LEGO Museum Prague via both public and private transport.
You can take tram number 1, 2, 9, and 22 to reach the nearest tram stop Národní Třída which is a 1 minute walk from the Praha Muzeum LEGA.
You can reach the LEGO Museum in Prague by taking subway line B to Národní Třída station.
The Prague LEGO Museum is also accessible by local buses.
If you are traveling by car, turn on your Google Maps and get started!
You can park your car at the paid parking lot on Národní street, which is just 150 m away.
You can also park at the paid parking lot of the National Theatre, which is 550 m away from the LEGO Museum Prague.
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Prague LEGO Museum timings
The Muzeum LEGA Prague opens at 10 am in the morning and closes at 8 pm in the evening every day of the week.
The LEGO Museum remains open even on public holidays.
How long does Prague LEGO Museum take?
The Prague Museum is the largest of the five LEGO Museums in the world – both in terms of the area and the number of exhibits on display.
It takes around one to two hours to explore.
Best time to visit
The best time to visit Prague LEGO Museum is as soon as it opens at 10 am.
When the museum just opens, the crowd is less, which gives you sufficient space and time to stroll inside the museum covering every exhibit.
On weekends, the museum experiences a huge rush, which may prevent you from exploring the museum conveniently.
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