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Lobkowicz Palace Prague – tickets, prices, discounts, what to see

Built in the mid-16th century, Lobkowicz Palace is one of the most significant historical monuments in the Czech Republic.

Part of the largest castle complex in the world, the Prague Castle, the Lobkowicz Palace has witnessed centuries of royal ceremonies and political upheaval.

Today, the Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately held building in the Prague Castle complex, and it houses an astounding treasure trove of private art collections.

Lobkowicz Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that welcomes over a million visitors annually.

This article covers everything you must know before booking Lobkowicz Palace Prague tickets.

What to expect at Lobkowicz Palace

Prague Lobkowicz Palace is a repository of the legendary art collection of the Lobkowicz family and has acted as a timekeeper for centuries and generations gone by. 

Dive deep into the notable artworks that reflect Central Europe’s cultural, social, political, and economic life for over seven centuries.

Take your time exploring the 22 rooms filled with artwork and marveling at the historical relics and great works of art.

Admire the works of centuries-old decorative arts, view original musical scores by Mozart and Beethoven, and marvel at paintings by great artists such as Canaletto and Velázquez.

You can witness some of the Bohemian region’s most significant historical events at the palace.

Listen to romantic music from masters such as Mozart, Bache, and Beethoven during a midday concert.

The ‘Lobkowiczký Palác’ is one of the many attractions that make a trip to Prague worthwhile.

Tickets Cost
Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle tickets €20
Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace €19
Classical Music Concert at Lobkowicz Palace €20

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Where to buy Lobkowicz Palace tickets

Tickets for Lobkowicz Palace are available online and at the attraction.

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the attraction.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the ticket counters. 

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How online tickets work

Visit the booking page for Lobkowicz Palace Tickets, select your travel date and the number of tickets, and make the booking.

Once you complete the booking process, the ticket vouchers will be mailed to you.

You do not need to carry printouts.

The e-ticket on your phone is actually a voucher, which you can use to get your physical tickets at the Lobkowicz cash desk without standing in a queue.

Please carry a valid ID.

Cost of Lobkowicz Palace tickets

Lobkowicz Palace tickets cost €20 for all visitors between the ages of 16 and 59.

Children aged seven to 17, students with valid ID cards, and seniors (60+ years) get a €8 discount and pay only €12 for entry. 

Infants under six years of age are not charged anything for entry.

Lobkowicz Palace entry tickets

Lobkowicz Palace Entry Ticket
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These tickets guarantee entrance to the Lobkowicz Palace and also allow you to see other highlights of the Prague Castle complex, such as St. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane, Old Royal Palace, and St. George’s Basilica.

Learn about the Lobkowicz family’s art collection, porcelain, military equipment, and musical instruments in Central Europe.

With this entry ticket, you also get a 10% discount at Lobkowicz Palace Cafe and can attend the midday concert. 

Your audio guide will be narrated by the members of the Lobkowicz family.

Pets, smoking, luggage, and large bags are prohibited at Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle. 

Meeting Point: Meet the tour guide at the entry point of Lobkowicz Palace Prague. 

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (16 to 59 years): €20
Youth Ticket (7 to 15 years): €12
Student Ticket (16 to 26 years with valid ID): €12
Child Ticket (up to 6 years): €12
Senior Ticket (60+ years): €12

Infants under six years are not charged anything.

Things to remember

– Certain areas of the Castle may be closed to tourists during state visits.

– Your ‘skip-the-line’ ticket does not hold for security checks at the Castle entrance.

– You must exchange your voucher for official tickets at the Lobkowicz cash desk – QR codes or vouchers are not allowed since you must display your official Ticket at each specified location.

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Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace
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If you enjoy romantic classical music, book this ticket for a midday concert at Lobkowicz Palace for an hour. 

Listen to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra play music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and more in the magnificent Baroque Concert Hall.

Admire the painted stucco ceilings and Baroque architecture of the only private building in the Prague Castle complex.

The concert starts at 1 pm in the afternoon.

Meeting Point: Meet the host at the Baroque Concert Hall of Lobkowicz Palace. 

Arrive at least 30 minutes before the concert, as there are security checks at Prague Castle. Pets, smoking, and luggage/large bags are not allowed. 

Ticket Price

Adult Ticket (27 to 59 years): €19
Youth Ticket (7 to 26 years): €15
Student (7 to 26 years with ID): €15
Senior Ticket (60+ years): €15
Military Ticket (with ID): €15
Child Ticket (3 to 6 years): Free
Infant Ticket (up to 2 years): Free

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Lobkowicz Palace timings

Lobkowicz Palace timings
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The Lobkowicz Palace in Prague is open to guests from 10 am until 6 pm every day of the week.

The last entry is one hour before closure.

How long does Lobkowicz Palace take

Most tourists spend at least two hours exploring Lobkowicz Palace.

History buffs typically examine the classic palace’s various sections for four to five hours.

Best time to visit Lobkowicz Palace 

The Lobkowicz Palace in Prague is best visited as soon as it opens at 10 am.

The view from the top of the Palace is spectacular in the early light and at sunset.

You may dodge the crowds and tour the other sections of the Palace at your leisure if you arrive early, as the busiest time is between 12 noon and 2.30 pm.

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How to reach Lobkowicz Palace

Lobkowicz Palace is located at Prague Castle on the southwest side of Jiřská Street.

Address: Jiřská 3, 119 00 Praha 1-Hradčany, Czechia. Get Directions

Lobkowicz Palace is well-connected to all public transportation.

By Tram

To get to the Palace of Lobkowicz in Prague, take tram 22 or 23 and get down at Královský letohrádek or Pražský hrad tram stop.

You can also take Tram 2 to Malostranská.

From Malostranské náměstí tram stop, there are multiple trams: 1, 7, 12, 15, 20, 22, 23, 97. So you can take any of them and reach Lobkowicz Palace Prague after getting down at Malostranská, an 8-minute walk from Lobkowicz Palace. 

By Metro

You can get down at Malostranská subway station to reach Lobkowicz Palace Prague, a 6-minute walk if traveling by metro A (green line). 

By Bus

You can take bus number 194 to Valdštejnské náměstí or Malostranské náměstí. Both are nearly 10 minutes walk away from the attraction.

By Car

If you’re traveling in the car, turn on your Google Maps and get started!

Several parking spots are available in the vicinity.

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What to see inside Lobkowicz Palace

Prague’s Lobkowicz Palace is an attraction that lets you get closer to Prague’s rich history, art, and culture. 

When you’re in the palace, visit the museum and buy souvenirs for your friends and family from the museum shop. 


Through the unique perspective of the Lobkowicz family and their collections, visitors to the Lobkowicz Palace Museum can witness Bohemian and European history.

The Museum showcases masterpieces by artists such as Bruegel the Elder, Canaletto, and Velázquez, providing a rare glimpse into the evolution of European art.

Another stunning treasure the museum holds is Beethoven and Mozart’s original scores and manuscripts.

Museum Shop

At the Lobkowicz Palace Museum Shop, you can purchase unique gifts for your loved ones.

You can also find special items such as jewelry, blown glass, hand-cut puzzles, silk scarves, and award-winning Lobkowicz wines obtained from local and worldwide artists.

Restaurants and cafes

The Lobkowicz Palace’s Restaurant & Café on the ground floor serves seasonal food and beverages, including award-winning Lobkowicz wine. 

The Renaissance courtyard has indoor and outdoor seating, and its terrace has a wonderful panoramic view of Prague.

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