With its 99 rooms and halls the Clam-Gallas palace should always be on the list of “not-to-be-missed” sights. The exhibitions, besides many other events, are held in the first floor and in its mysterious sub-basement, which is dedicated to photography shows.
The walls of the palace contain, in brief, the history of Prague architecture. There are ancient Romanesque houses entangled in the cellar’s structure, the basement is a Gothic one while Renaissance takes over the rest.
The Clam-Gallas palace was also closely connected to one of W.A. Mozart’s stays in Prague and to round off the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth a major exhibition called Prague of Mozart’s time is going to open here in November 2006.
|Address:||Husova 20, Praha 1|
|Phone:||+420 236 002 068, +420 224 816 233|
|How to get there:||Metro A Staromestska, Metro B Narodni trida|
|Opening hours:||Tue to Sun 10 am to 6 pm|
|Admission:||Depends on the type and extend of the exhibition – usually from 50 to 100 CZK, the discounts are half the price.|