The starting point for an exploration of Prague's Jewish past and present. The Jewish Museum supervises seven sites in total: the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Ceremonial Hall, the Pinkas, Klausen, Maisel and Spanish Synagogues and the Robert Guttmann Gallery. There are a couple ticket options depending on which sites you’d like to visit. It isn’t cheap, but the tickets are good for seven days. Go early to avoid the crowds. The Museum is closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays. While most Jewish quarters in the region were destroyed in World War II, Prague got ‘lucky’ in that the main buildings and cemetery in the Jewish Quarter are still intact. Hitler had intended to transform the quarter into an epitaph to a vanished culture.
Open 09:00-18:00 (March 27-October 28). Open 09:00-16:30 (October 30-March 25). Closed on Saturdays and Jewish holidays.
The Jewish Museum in Prague ticket includes the Maisel Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Klausen Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall, Spanish Synagogue and temporary exhibitions in the Robert Guttmann Gallery. Admission 300Kč/200Kč, Children under 6 free.