Czech music is located in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. It opens from 10:00 to 18:00 every day. The Museum has a long history. It was established in 1976 and contains many collections, such as rare ancient printed music scores. It takes 120 kroner to get in.
This museum is simply fantastic. I'm not really fond of musical instruments but here I lost my mind. There is such a large collection of musical instruments I was completely astonished by it. Maybe it had been one of our best descovery in Prague. I f you go to Prague you couldn't miss it.
Museum is really quiet - like music or concert instruments must not be missed, tickets for students 70 Czech dollars, if you need to take photos, but also to pay 40. There are many musical instruments on display here for the first time. I can't even name them. There are also piano images of different times. On the first floor, a series of music works with the theme of death are exhibited under the background of war and religion. When I walk into the hall, I can play the piano which is placed there.
A collection of all kinds of archives, private collections, as well as a large number of precious paintings!
The impression of music playing in Czech Museum of Music is very unique. In the process of browsing, sound can be heard in every corner.
A very good experience, not only to see many valuable instruments, but also to hear some very beautiful music, people feel very good!
Many masterpieces are worth visiting. They are magnificent, beautiful and unforgettable.