The Museum of public transportation in Prague opened for the main season.



Since this week is open to public again the Museum of public transportation. On Saturday March 25 its Open day attracted lots of public. The entrance for free and several special - blue - tram rides, active program for families with children were prepared for the visitors and they could admire really old old vehicles placed in the Museum. Since now for whole main season Saturdays, Sundays and holidays the museum will be open to public and on weekends the visitors of Prague can take a ride with 1920s vintage tram - No 41. It departs every hour from the Museum of public transportation, e.g. Vozovna Střešovice tram stop, Brusnice, Pražský hrad (Prague castle), Královský letohrádek, Malostranská (metro station), Malostranské náměstí, Hellichova, Újezd (funicular stop), Národní divadlo (National Theatre), Národní třída (metro station), Lazarská, Vodičkova, Václavské náměstí (metro station), Jindřišská, Masarykovo nádraží (metro station), Náměstí republiky (metro station), Dlouhá třída, Strossmayerovo náměstí, Veletržní palác, Výstaviště Holešovice. The tram ride takes whole time  about 35 mints. You can make is as long or as short as you want - hop on/hop off. And the fee is 35 CZK for adults, 20 CZK for children up to 15 years, seniors over 70 and handicap persons. 

The museum was opened in the year 1993, five years later the complex of 50 historical vehicles and 34 another objects were declared by Ministry of culture as national cultural monument.

The address: Patočkova 4, Praha 6 - Střešovice

Museum admission: CZK 50 for adults and CZK 30 for children.

Vintage tram No 41 fee: CZK 35 for adults and CZK 20 for children.

Website: www.dpp.cz/; www.dpp.cz/en/urban-mass-transit-museum/