The Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately owned palace in the grounds of Prague Castle. Inside, you can find the Lobkowicz Palace Museum which houses part of the Lobkowicz Collections. Highlights include paintings by Bruegel, Canaletto, and Velázquez, and hand-annotated manuscripts by Mozart and Beethoven, van Aachen, and many more.

A unique collection including musical instruments, handwritten and printed scores, parts and libretti. Highlights include correspondence between Lobkowicz family members and important composers, and hand-annotated manuscripts by the likes of Mozart and Beethoven.

Also on view are arms and armor, and applied arts, including the largest surviving Delft dinnerware set in the world. Visitors can enjoy a tour of the museum with our popular audio guide, which introduces important details of European history and the 700-year history of the Lobkowicz family. Visitors can tour the museum independently with a free audio guide available in 11 languages, of which English is narrated by members of the Lobkowicz family.

Open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM