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Prague Central Gallery – tickets, prices, what to expect


Located in the heart of Prague, the Central Gallery is a modern art gallery housing the most extensive collection of art in the Czech Republic. 

The three-storied complex of Central Gallery features three unique collections on each level from the legendary Salvador Dalí, Alfons Mucha, and Andy Warhol.

The Central Gallery is housed in the historic Old Town Square in Prague, where charming medieval architecture finds union with Prague’s vibrant street life.

The Gallery, an art lover’s dream, also allows you to shop for Prague-themed souvenirs, porcelain with Alfons Mucha’s design, Dalí’s melted clocks, or Andy Warhol’s posters at the Gallery Store.

This article covers everything you must know before buying tickets for the Prague Central Gallery.

Get to see three great modern artists housed in one building at the Central Gallery Prague.

Witness the magic of surrealism by the great Salvador Dalí, who developed and nourished the style from insignificance to how it’s known now.

Be amazed by imaginative and provocative works typifying Dalí and his eccentric persona.

Move on to see creations by the face of the Art Nouveau movement, Alfons Mucha, famous for his stylized and decorative theater posters.

On the top level at the Central Gallery, you can find colorful pop art by American artist Andy Warhol that explores the relationship between advertising, artistic expression, and celebrity culture. 

Experience a unique, one-of-a-kind experience exploring three great modern art behemoths at the Central Gallery Prague.

Visit and see an ever-growing collection of original lithographic sheets, graphics, limited items, bronze sculptures, dream-like sketches, and paintings.

Participate in a screen printing workshop where guests can print t-shirts, bags, or backpacks.

The Prague Central Gallery tickets 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 museums sell a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How online tickets work

Visit the booking page for Central Gallery in Prague, select your travel date and the number of tickets, and make the booking.

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

You do not need to carry printouts.

Show the e-ticket on your smartphone at the entrance and walk in.

Please carry a valid ID.

The Prague Central Gallery tickets are priced at €17 for all adults aged between 27 to 64.

For children between three and 15 years of age, students under 26, and senior citizens above the age of 65, the tickets are discounted and are priced at €13.

Entry to the Central Gallery in Prague is free for all infants under three.

Prague Central Gallery tickets
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The tickets to this tour give you entrance to the Prague Central Gallery and provide access to all three permanent exhibitions: Dali, Mucha, and Warhol.

This tour will not include a live or audio tour guide.

Rescheduling of this ticket is allowed.

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (27 to 64 years): €17
Senior  Ticket (65+ years): €13
Student Ticket (up to 26 years): €13
Child Ticket (3 to 15 years): €13
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): Free

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How to reach Prague Central Gallery
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You can get to the Central Gallery Prague in the historical building of White Unicorn located at the Old Town Square in Prague.

Address: Staroměstské nám. 15, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia. Get Directions

By Bus

The nearest bus stop to the Prague Central Gallery is the Staroměstské náměstí, which can be reached by bus number 194.

The Mariánské Náměstí bus stop is also just a short five-minute walk away.

Bus lines 131, 133, 135, and 176 also stop near the Central Gallery.

By Subway

Subway lines A and B stop near the Central Gallery.

Staroměstská is the nearest Subway station, less than half a mile from the Central Gallery in Prague.

Můstek subway station is also close by, just a seven-minute walk away.

Tram lines 17 and 94 also service the stops near Central Gallery, and Staroměstská is the nearest tram station, just an eight-minute walk away.

By Car

If you’re driving by car, turn on Google Maps and get started!

You can park at the Parking Palladium, less than half a mile from the Central Gallery in Prague.

You can visit the Prague Central Gallery between 10 am to 8 pm on all days of the week.

Entry to the Museum closes one hour before closing time.

The Museum stays open on all Bank Holidays at regular times.

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A visit to the Prague Central Gallery can take between one and two hours, depending on how you move through the museum.

However, you can choose to stay at the gallery as long as you want. 

Best time to visit Prague Central Gallery
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Weekday mornings are generally the best time to visit Prague Central Gallery if you want to have the place to yourself as much as possible.

Enter during the museum’s opening hours around 10 am and enjoy your time at the museum before crowds start pouring in.

The best time to visit the city of Prague is in May, June, and September during the shoulder seasons of spring or fall.

Here are some questions visitors usually ask before visiting the Central Gallery in Prague.

Is Prague Central Gallery wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Prague Central Gallery is wheelchair accessible and also allows service animals.

Is Wi-Fi available at the Central Gallery Prague?

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the museum.

Are the galleries at the Prague Central Gallery air-conditioned?

Yes, the premises are air-conditioned.

Is the Central Gallery Prague pet-friendly?

The Central Gallery in Prague allows pets.

Is photography allowed inside the Prague Central Gallery?

Photography is allowed at the Central Gallery in Prague, but the use of professional equipment, such as a tripod, is not allowed without authorization.

Where can I get the Central Gallery in Prague tickets?

You can buy tickets for the Central Gallery Prague easily via the gallery’s online ticketing portal.

Can I visit the Gallery Store at the Prague Central Gallery without a ticket?

The store is open during the gallery’s opening hours and is accessible without a purchased ticket.

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