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Prague: ARTĚL Style

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Public Transport Museum

Published on August 29th, 2013 in Sights

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  • Tram in Náměstí Míru square, c. 1900 (photo courtesy of

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  • Tram on Charles Bridge, c. 1908 (photo courtesy of

* This review was taken from the new edition of Prague: ARTĚL Style that was published on May 28, 2013.



This museum is a wonderful hands-on experience for young and old alike, featuring a wide selection of historic trams and buses, several of which you can even climb into and explore. The oldest is a horse-drawn tram that dates back to 1886. Located in an historic Prague tram depot built in 1909, the facility was used up until 1992. The museum provides a delightful window into Prague’s past. A number of unusual items are for sale by the ticket booth; my favorite find is a puzzle of the Prague metro system.


You can even take “Nostalgic Tram Line No. 91”, which features vintage trams dating back to 1875. This special tramline is in operation from April through November on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 12:00 to around 17:35. The cost is 35 CZK per ride.



Horse-Drawn Tram Carriage, c. 1900 (photo courtesy of


Public Transport Museum | Muzeum městské hromadné dopravy

Patočkova 4, Prague 6, Střešovice
tel 296 128 900
hours Sat–Sun: 09:00–17:00; other times by appointment (Mar 31–Nov 18)
entrance fee 35 CZK Adults; 20 CZK Children; 6 and under Free
metro Hradčanská
tram 1, 2, 18 to Vozovna Střešovice