The Lobkowicz Palace is located at the eastern end of the Prague Castle complex. The street address is Jiřská 3. For more detailed information about how to get to the Palace, please see Getting Here.
Yes. The Admissions Desk, Museum Shop and Lobkowicz Palace Café are located on the ground floor of the Palace. The galleries are located on the first and second floor of the Palace (accessible by stairs). Should you need assistance, elevators are available to visitors upon request at the admissions desk. A handicapped-accessible restroom is located next to the entrance to the Café (ask a waiter or a guard for the key).
There are no parking facilities for the public at Prague Castle. If you or your group is planning a tour or event at Lobkowicz Palace, it is possible to make arrangements through Lobkowicz Events Management for private car or bus drop-offs at the east gate of Prague Castle (approximately 20 meters from the Palace entrance). Twenty-four hour advance notice and license plate information of the transport vehicle is required. For more details, please contact email@example.com.
Yes, the audio guide is free with admission and available in Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. Our audio guide receives rave reviews (see TripAdvisor), and we highly recommend it to visitors of all ages and interests.
Guided tours may be arranged with advance notice. Our audio guide, however, receives excellent reviews because it is narrated by members of the family and contains music which complements various pieces of The Collections. We highly recommend it to visitors of all ages and interests. It is FREE with admission and available in Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. For more information about booking a guided tour, please see Group Visits.
Yes. Children as young as seven have found the Museum’s audio guide fun and entertaining as they listen to the music, follow the family’s story and look out for the numbered stops in the galleries. Baby-changing facilities are available in all of our restrooms; high chairs are available in the Café. Baby strollers are not permitted in the galleries but may be left at the Admissions Desk upon arrival.
Photography and videography are not permitted in any of the exhibition galleries.
Photography and videography are not permitted in any of the exhibition galleries. To request permission to reproduce any image from The Lobkowicz Collections, please contact Petr Slouka, Library Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests from the press should be directed to Veronika Graulíková, at email@example.com
Yes, The Lobkowicz Palace Café offers light meals, soups, salads, sandwiches and a variety of fine coffees and desserts. The indoor seating area and the balcony are open year-round from 10:00 to 18:00. The outdoor courtyard seating area is open from early spring to late fall.
Yes. For information about Lobkowicz Palace venues and event planning, please see Events.
The Museum Shop is open daily from 10:00 to 18:00.
Yes, we do! For more information about membership categories and benefits, please see Membership.