Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) - his life and work

permanent exhibition

in short

Antonín Dvořák Museum is a part Czech Museum of Music which pertains to the complex of the National Museum.
Exhibition view
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Visitor entrance

Antonín Dvořák Museum
Ke Karlovu 20
120 00 Prague
Czech Republic 

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Muzeum Antonína Dvořáka

in detail

The Museum treasures above all the unique collection of manuscripts of sheet music and correspondence. It also holds a large part of the composer´s library, sheet music archive as well as printed matter, which testify to the composer´s achievements during his life and to the rising fame of his work until today. The permanent exposition, open all year round, in detail presents Dvořák´s life, work, his pedagogical activities and concert performances. The study offers access to the sources as well as a number of literature on Dvořák and recordings. A small shop sells souvenirs, printed sheet music and recordings of local and international labels. The Museum is an important centre of research on Dvořák, it takes part in various types of scientific activities, it organizes concerts, lectures, exhibitions. It has extensive local as well as international contacts and is a sought-after target of music loving tourists and admirers of Dvořák´s music but also of specialists from all over the world.
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Opening Times

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