The Compa Museum is a museum of modern art. Its style is similar to 798. It's very interesting.
/Museum "Kampa"/ Located in the park "Kampa", housed in the mill building. This park – an island between the Vltava River and its side branch, Čertovka, where you can see the huge mill wheel of the 15th century, is one of the most romantic and picturesque places in the city.
This is one of the best modern art galleries in Prague (it recently received world recognition). The building used to be an old water mill with the inside reconstructed in a really modern way. It's a great mix and even better platform for all the weird art inside. You can see the freakishly huge babies by David Černý outside and a line of yellow penguins point you towards the museum, a must see for all the modern art lovers. Don't miss the Bella Vida café at the edge of the park (away from the castle). Great coffee, great view and free WiFi.
Kompa Island is a good place for quiet in Prague. The museum is the largest building on the island. The baby in front of the museum is also very big. Three little assholes crawling on the lawn and looking closely, they have no faces. What art is this? Is this the way avant-garde modern art is frightening, a little unacceptable?
The Compa Museum is right by the river. Some of the sculptures on display are funny and interesting. There are huge babies crawling on the lawn. There is a row of umbrellas near the river outside the museum. After enjoying the exhibition, you can sit by the river and have a cup of coffee.
Museums are very distinctive. There are many interesting exhibits in them. Some works can arouse people's thinking.