Antonín Dvořák Museum


in short

Antonín Dvořák Museum is a part Czech Museum of Music which pertains to the complex of the National Museum. Since it was established in 1932 the Museum of A. Dvořák has had its seat in the baroque pleasure house built at the beginning of the 18th century by architect Kilian Ignac Dienzenhofer.
Muzeum Antonína Dvořáka
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Antonín Dvořák Museum

in detail

The monographically oriented institution develops versatile cultural and educational activities with the prevailing stress on the composer Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904). The Museum focuses on collecting, maintaining and displaying documents concerning the Maestro´s life and work, such as music autographs, correspondence and other written material, pieces of art and period photographs, programmes, posters, personal objects, etc.

Among the traditional activities of the Museum is the solemn remembrance ceremony by the composer´s grave at the Vyšehrad Cemetery on the eve of Dvořák´s death (1 May 1904) and the matinee on the day before his birth (8 September 1841) known as Dvořák´s Nelahozeves. It takes place in the Antonín Dvořák Memorial in Nelahozeves in the composer´s birth place, which is maintained by the Museum.
Muzeum Antonína Dvořáka
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Antonín Dvořák Museum
Ke Karlovu 20
120 00 Prague
Czech Republic
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Opening Times

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