Lego Museum, Prague

Irrespective of whether you are a Lego fan or not, this is definitely a place to go if you have kids. The Prague Lego museum has the most number of Lego exhibits in the Czech Republic. On the surface of 340 m2 you can see more than than 2500 models divided in 20 theme parts using 10,00,000 bricks.
Take a trip to the times of pirates, travel to the era of knight´s fights or to a different time galaxy full of spaceships and the Death Star.
The monuments from all over the world created with lego pieces never fails to fasciate visitors of all ages. Monuments exhibited include: Prague Castle, National Museum, Charles Bridge, Eiffel Tower, London Bridge, St Basil’s Cathedral, Statue of Liberty and more. The biggest factory set Lego has ever made – Taj mahal can be seen here and is built with 5922 bricks.
How to get here?
Address: Praha, Národní 362/31, PSČ 110 00
Nearest Metro station Narodni Trida
Nearest Tram stop Narodni Trida – tram 9, 22, 18
Car park nearby:
-Narodni street – 50 CZK/hour
-National Theatre building – 40 CZK/hour
Open hours:
Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 20:00 hours
Changes in opening hours and other limitations are always announced on the museum website.
Contact Info: +420 777 771 070 Email: praha@muzeumlega.cz

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