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Franz Kafka Museum

Museum and History Museum
Malá Strana, Praha
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  • Fabio F.
    "very interesting museum about the life and works of kafka"(26 Tips)
    Lindsey J.
    "Kafka or just literature"(4 Tips)
    Lidia Y.
    "Really good modern museum with some interactive stuff."(2 Tips)
    Eda N.
    "... his original letters, manuscripts and drawings."(2 Tips)
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  • Mustafa E.
    Mustafa EruzunOctober 15
    Small and expensive
  • Lindsey J.
    Lindsey J.September 5
    Great museum especially if you like Kafka or just literature in general. The interior is amazing but taking pictures is absolutely forbidden for some reason.
  • Mert G.
    Mert GençAugust 31
    You need to buy a entry ticket from Kafka museum shop which is in front of the museum entrance. You can find Kafka's letter and his biography in the museum. Approximately 30-45 minutes will be enough.
  • Lidia Y.
    Lidia YulinaAugust 20
    Really good modern museum with some interactive stuff. The interior, lighting, all the sounds do reflect its dark atmosphere of the writer's biography and his vision of the Prague. Mysterious city!
  • Tamás K.
    the exhibited things themselves aren't so interesting but the museum itself is built up in a way that makes a simple walk a mysterious journey through Kafka's mind.
  • 🌟BuRcU🌟
    Prag'a geldiyseniz görmelisiniz
  • Stepan A.
    Stepan AnchugovFebruary 17
    Awesome museum! Must see for Prague.
  • Cavit K.
    Cavit K.December 25, 2015
    Nothing too interestin in fact, except the watering guys infront.
  • Rutil A.
    Rutil AydinDecember 20, 2015
    It is a perfect place to understand Kafka.. Kafka'yı tanımak ve anlamak için ideal, yormayan müze.
  • Annix L.
    Annix L.October 26, 2015
    Very interesting and well-planned. Really worth the visit.
  • Janka S.
    Janka SindlerOctober 25, 2015
    Interesting place. Exposition is mostly in english
  • Sorina C.
    Sorina ChiritaSeptember 15, 2015
    Recommended! A couple of hours might be needed for a real visit :)
  • Vova N.
    Vova NovaqueJuly 16, 2015
    For real fans of Kafka only
  • Benay D.
    Benay D.May 17, 2015
    Museum doesn't accept Euros keep that in mind.As though you learn a lot about Kafka there are not many personal things.It's a bit of a disappointing and it's more like a Poe museum than Kafka.
  • Ertan O.
    Ertan OnatMarch 19, 2015
    If you have any excitement about Kafka, the museum makes you excited more. It's really small and you can be dissappointed by the size. They should start giving an audio guide as soon as possible.
  • Denis S.
    Denis SimonetMarch 1, 2015
    Kafka is interesting.
  • Andrian I.
    Andrian IlioMarch 1, 2015
    Great museum just be aware that the toilets can serve one person at a time.
  • Natasha N.
    Natasha NikolicFebruary 23, 2015
    Must see if you love Kafka!
  • Elif K.
    Elif KafalıFebruary 13, 2015
    Pretty good museum, you can feel the breath of Kafka behind you.
  • Katerina S.
    Katerina SukhovaFebruary 2, 2015
    Kind of interactive museum, dark and exciting. Recommended for those who love Kafka(predictable))
  • Mark S.
    Mark ShuJanuary 28, 2015
    Funky statue at the front door. Follow the road down to day care a good spot for photo of old town and Charles bridge
  • Fabio F.
    Fabio FiorenzanoJanuary 12, 2015
    very interesting museum about the life and works of kafka
  • Bas B.
    Bas BruneelDecember 10, 2014
    Very nice modern museum about Kafka's life with an extensive collection augmented with sound en vision.
  • Altay K.
    Altay KermoogluOctober 17, 2014
    Enigmatic.
  • Selin B.
    Selin BektasSeptember 26, 2014
    You can feel his soul, his life, his imagination. Also 120 kr for studients!
  • Jonathan
    JonathanSeptember 14, 2014
    Kafka is fascinating - this museum not necessarily. 100% text based ... Some interesting stuff, yet too pricy.
  • Екатерина М.
    Interesting unusual museum
  • Lisa S.
    Lisa SMay 26, 2014
    I heard a guy saying that the two peeing men at the front are actually spelling out Kafka's work.
  • Gaia G.
    Gaia GaudenziMay 3, 2014
    they close at 6 pm even if people were still inside... close inside!!!
  • adriano o.
    adriano olivieroApril 1, 2014
    wonderful museum
  • Scott L.
    Scott LambMarch 24, 2014
    Interesting tour, worth a look. Very rude, petulant woman in the gift shop.
  • Danka S.
    Danka SinadinovicFebruary 18, 2014
    A beautiful museum, with nice atmosphere.
  • serialjane
    serialjaneJanuary 3, 2014
    The museum has real Kafkaesque atmosphere.
  • Petra G.
    Petra GaebeDecember 7, 2013
    Strong atmosphere - interesting insights into Kafkas live! Real must-see-exhibition!
  • Olha H.
    Olha HalatNovember 25, 2013
    You start understanding Prague better after visiting the Kafka museum
  • Barborka K.
    Barborka KáNovember 16, 2013
    Amazing exhibition!
  • Magda C.
    Magda CruciolNovember 10, 2013
    Emocionante.
  • Khristian S.
    Khristian SchönrockOctober 20, 2013
    Buy tickets for half price at the Mucha museum!
  • Isa
    IsaAugust 2, 2013
    A place to remember the writer and the human being
  • Lena T.
    Lena TolmachJuly 4, 2013
    Great place to visit. Does not matter did you read Kafka's books or not. After visiting this place you definitely will go to the book store to find them ... Of cause if you love literature
  • Rafael C.
    Rafael CanobaMay 22, 2013
    Good museum, in addition of showing pieces of Kafka's life, also try to pull us into his books atsmophere and to situate in Prague's history.
  • Pauline
    PaulineMarch 12, 2013
    "Prague never lets you go...this dear little mother has sharp claws" - Franz Kafka
  • Eda N.
    Eda NakıboğluJanuary 28, 2013
    better if you save at least an hour to make a proper tour in the museum. the museum has two floors which are full with all kind of information about Kafka.
  • Eda N.
    Eda NakıboğluJanuary 28, 2013
    you should definitely visit, if you're fond of literature and his works. i learned a lot of him there, you can also see his original letters, manuscripts and drawings.
  • Alexandra
    AlexandraDecember 24, 2012
    mysterious atmisphere, great video installation about The Castle. Students ticket 120 CZK. No photos inside
  • Olga D.
    Olga D.November 1, 2012
    Well-organized, interesting, beautiful&mysterious museum, it's worth visiting even if you didn't read Kafka, just for aesthetic pleasure. Don't forget to ask the lady on the entrance for a guidebook.
  • Pia M.
    Pia MitchellAugust 19, 2012
    Take a look at Cerny s Pissing Men in front of the museum
  • Jullye
    JullyeJuly 16, 2012
    Very expensive ticket. Very few original manuscripts, almost all facsimilie. Light fixtures poorly architected,invalidating the assessment of various materials.I was disappointed. do not recommend.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkJune 18, 2012
    If you're interested in Kafka this is the place to go.It has original manuscripts and drawings and the museum itself is has a very modern, sensory experience.
  • Dasha H.
    Dasha HMarch 4, 2012
    chech museums are the best in the world, they create a special atmosphere
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