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The Vintage Carriage Museum
The Vintage Carriage Museum
#About the Museum that Displays Historical Carriages

If you are looking for a light attraction in Rome, combining intriguing antiquities for both children and adults, this is the perfect museum.
Here you will find more than 300 antique carriages, decorated and stylized, collected here from all over Italy.

In addition to the wide variety of carriages, there are also weapons and other antiques. The toys from different periods are of special interest to children. They give a lot of pleasure and enjoyment to children and those young in their hearts –adults with a nostalgia for the toys of old.

Pay particular attention to the chariots in the museum that have appeared in the films, such as those used to film the movie Gladiator.

A Closer Look:

Nikola Tesla Museum
Nikola Tesla Museum
#About the Museum in Memory of the Great Serbian Inventor

The Nikola Tesla Museum deals with the greatest inventors in history and one of the symbols of the nation. In order to understand how much respect the Serbian nation has for him, note that the main airport of Serbia in Belgrade is also named after Nikola Tesla.

In the museum where over 70,000 people visit each year, an exhibition of Tesla's inventions and life is displayed on the first floor. On the second floor you can visit the changing exhibitions of the inventor's life and related scientific research.

Nikola Tesla himself was one of the most important inventors of all time. He was a physicist and electrical engineer who was considered the inventor of the AC system and the first inventor of radio. Tesla was born in Serbia, but the most important parts of his career were in the United States, where he emigrated, where he initially worked as assistant to Thomas Edison and later as his great competitor.

#What Was Nikola Tesla's Contribution?

Nikola Tesla was one of the greatest inventors and many see him as the greatest innovator of all time. He was the master of electricity, who in his life swore to illuminate the world. Tesla discovered many scientific principles and technological advances, including the AC system, wireless radio and torpedoes and radio-controlled boats. It was Tesla who lit the world and brought Edison's light bulb everywhere, the one who preceded Marconi with radio, and experimented with X-rays, radar, and even nuclear cracking.

The Serbian genius was a man of extremes and opposites. He had a photographic memory, he was able to remember a whole book in a moment, but was awash with obsessive fears and obsessions. At an early age he learned to turn his mental disorders and visions into learning and inventions. His ability to visualize machines and devices that work, just as if they were facing him, was a godsend and he used to invent and produce his visions.

After moving to America to apply his ideas, he worked for Edison, who says he was deceived by Tesla. He had already invented the alternating current, and put it against Edison's direct current, a champion of the American inventors. When Edison claimed that AC power was dangerous to humans, Tesla was not afraid to show reporters how the current passed through his own body and he was safe and sound. Tesla overcame Edison by deploying his electric grid and implementing an idea he had conceived as a child - he created electricity from the water power of Niagara Falls. He also invented the gas-filled Tesla tubes, which were used for lighting, enabling the invention of the television, by developing a Tesla coil to create high electrical tensions, and began setting up a "global wireless" plants, an innovative broadcasting system. But the collapse of the American stock market knocked him down and the company he built, and a decade later he died forgotten and frustrated.

Oddly enough, since Tesla's death, it is was though he never existed. It was only in recent years that a recognize of the greatness of the genius began, and now his name is among the list of inventors such as Einstein, Edison, Bell and Marconi. Even those who do not rank him as the greatest inventor in history agree that he was probably a smart, brilliant and multidisciplinary 20th century genius.

A Closer Look at the Museum:


A Demonstration of one of the Electric "Wonders" Tesla Used to Present to the Audience:


A Tribute to Tesla, in Portraits of Electric Lamps:

Muzeul Satului
Village Museum
#About the Museum

Normal village life is of great historical importance in Romania. Each area in Romania has different homes and buildings that characterize it. The Ethnographic Museum in front of you displays hundreds of village homes from different areas in the country.

Farmer homes, wooden entrances, workshops, windmills and more, here the small details are very accurate. You can see houses with straw roofs, with piles of hay, wine barrels, and more. The details are even in the kitchen utensils, cooking ovens, agricultural carriages, and even the authentic clothes.

The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului) is located at the edge of King Michael I Park, and shows visitors the life in a typical Romanian village. It was inaugurated on May 10th, 1936 in the presence of King Carol II. It opened to the public about a week later. The plans for the museum were conducted by the author, playwright, and producer, Victor Ion Popa. Funding for the building came from the Royal Cultural Foundation.

Today the museum is one of the main tourist attractions in Bucharest. The size of the museum is about 100,000 square meters, and it includes 272 original buildings, and gives visitors a chance to see and learn about the lifestyle and their structures.

In order to build the museum, the houses were taken apart piece by piece, brought to Bucharest by trains, carriages, or boats, and reconstructed in the museum.

The most ancient building here was built in the 17th century, and the newest one is from the 19th century. There is a sort of community in the museum, and all their daily needs are met. Even their clothes are hand sown.


At the entrance to the museum there is a typical expensive souvenir shop.

A Closer Look:


A View from Above:

Museum of Aviation
Museum of Aviation‬
#About the Museum Dedicated to the World of aviation

The Museum of Aviation, with its impressive and futuristic look, is close to the airport, a 10-minute walk away and less than a kilometer.

The museum offers an outdoor view of many planes, not properly maintained, but authentic. Its interior is more modern and slightly more advanced and you can experience the entire 20th century, the century of aviation, through the displays of many items.

There are many types of aircraft from the First and Second World Wars. But what is unique and interesting here is the display of US and NATO aircrafts that were either intercepted or captured during the Kosovo war and NATO attacks at the time.

A Look at the Belgrade Airport Museum:


Museum's Exterior:



Muzeul National de Arta
National Museum of Art of Romania
#About the National Museum of Art

The National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta) was opened in 1948. It is small and not very prominent, but is a point of interest for people who are interested in fascinating art from around Romania, and the world. Like many others, this museum is made of exhibits that are both permanent and temporary. There are about 70,000 different works of art, from all different artistic styles, periods, and artists.

The items in the gallery are divided into 3 sections: Middle Age Romanian art, modern Romanian art, and Lapidarium - an entire section that displays archeological finds. There are paintings, statues, prints, documents, decorative art, Oriental art, Islamic art, as well as Chinese and Japanese art.

In the museum you can see art pieces by artists like Bruegel, Renoir, and Dimitrie Paciurea. There is a great statue collection by the known Romanian artist Constantin Brâncuși. The Royal Romanian family transferred to the museum their private art collection.

Want something interesting? Notice the gallery in the Throne Room. There are extraordinary ceiling decorations, and portraits of the royal family from earlier periods. Very interesting.

An Impressive Light Show on the Building:

Computerspiele Museum
#About the Museum for Computer Enthusiasts and Computer Games

The Museum of Computer Games in Berlin (Computerspielemuseum) had two periods. It was first opened in 1997 and operated for 3 years. It then became an online museum only and reopened in 2011 in Berlin's Friedrichshain neighborhood. It is relatively small and not very well known in the city, but a great place to spend time with the children.

This museum holds a permanent exhibition of interactive digital culture. A total of 30 international exhibitions have been held here, and today it holds one of Europe's largest collections of software and entertainment hardware (computer games). More than 300 interactive exhibits present the history of computer games, with more than 300 consoles and computer systems, 10,000 magazines, books, art objects and videos.

In 2011 an exhibition was opened, teaching about the development of computer games in the 21st century. 300 exhibits spread over 670 square meters. The exhibition focuses on the techniques of the game as well as the results of digitalization socially and individually.

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Antipa Museum
Antipa Museum
#About the Museum of Nature and National History

One of the oldest museums and research institutes in Europe in the natural sciences is the Museum of Nature and History of Bucharest. It was founded in 1834 and is located in the north of the city, near the train station. In the museum you will find a large and impressive collection of exhibits, of about 2 million exhibits in the field of biology and zoology.

In the various permanent exhibits you will see models and exhibits of the different oceans in the world, the Black Sea and its seals, the variety of animals in the jungles of Malaysia, an exhibition of birds of paradise and more. In between, in temporary exhibitions, the museum's collection of artifacts - zoological collections, paleontology, minerals, rocks and ethnographic collections - are exposed to the museum.

The zoological collections teach about biodiversity in Romania and abroad. The geological and paleontological collections on the continuous changes in the earth's crust and the climate and ethnographic collections show the cultural and social diversity of the world.

The museum has 3 main objectives:

1. Preserve, rehabilitate, and display the collections - to researchers, teachers, students and more- to anyone who is interested and wants to learn.

2. Scientific expeditions, taxidermy, scientific works in the fields of history and nature, and acceptance of advertising.

3. Education, higher education, doctoral studies, conferences, public relations, publication of documents, books, booklets, CDs and websites in the various natural areas.

Between the stuffed animals and models, your children and probably you too, will spend a couple hours of interest and curiosity.

A Closer Look at the Museum:

Muzeul National de Istorie a Romniei
National Museum of Romanian History
#About National Museum of Romanian History

About 50,000 valuable items from Romanian history are displayed here, one of the most important museums in Romania.

The museum has sat in the old post office building since 1909, where there is also the Philatelic Museum. The museum has about 41 rooms that spread across 8,000 square meters. There are many different exhibits here having to do with the development of Romania.

The displays of the museum begin from the prehistoric Stone Age, and goes through the Roman period, until the 21st century. You can see many fascinating items here, starting with a lot of gold from the time of the Romanian kings, bedazzled crowns, royal jewelry and swords that belonged to the nobility.

In 1864 more historical items were donated by general Nichlae Mavros. And so the museum received an edge, and began its journey as a museum for antiques and science of nature. Many cultural figures got on board to continue the enriching and preservation of the museum. In 1970 the city decided to make the museum the National Museum of Romanian History, and in 1972 it was reopened to visitors.

Part of the museum is dedicated to a permanent exhibit having to do with the Holocaust of the Bucharest Jewish community.

Notice that a visit to the museum is great for history lovers. Like other museums around Bucharest, the building here will also impressive visitors, maybe more than the items on display themselves.

A Closer at the Museum:


Teatrul Evreiesc de Stat
State Jewish Theater
#Aboute Romania's Jewish Theater

The State Jewish Theater (Teatrul Evreiesc de Stat) is a relic from the past, but is a living and breathing establishment, that puts up shows and performances to this very day in Yiddish, and attracts a rather large crowd from the city's Jewish community. The Bucharest State Jewish Theater was established in 1948, and is a direct continuation of a long tradition of Yiddish theaters.

The roots of the Bucharest Jewish community begin somewhere in the 16th century. This community knew harsh realities throughout the years. The height of cruelty was the hunting by the Nazis in World War II, as well as tough rules set by Communist rulers. And with that, to this day there are a few thousand Jewish families still living in the city, who continue to seek culture and entertainment.

The theater is located next to the Jewish Museum of Bucharest. It is worth a chance to see a show here. Those who don't speak Yiddish, there are translated options with headphones that are given to those interested.

#History of the State Jewish Theater

The State Jewish Theater of Bucharest has been operating since 1948, however, its roots are much deeper than that. It can be said that the theater represents a tradition of more than 100 years of Yiddish theater in Romania, since the evolvement of the theater troop by Abraham Goldfaden in Laşi.

In 1944, after the fall of the Militant-Fascist rule of Antonescu, Yiddish performances were once again allowed in Romania. A year later, in 1945, the first Yiddish troop was established, called Ikuf Theater. The troop began performing in an old building that used to host another theater troop (Teatru Evreiesc Baraşeum).

Three years later, in 1948, the Communist rule ordered all private cultural establishment to close, including theaters. This is when, with the Jewish Democratic Committee (which enjoyed the perks of the government) the theatre was established.

A Closer Look at the Theater During a Performance:

Museum of the Romanian Peasant
#About the Romanian Farmer Museum

The Museum of the Romanian Peasant (Muzeul Taranului Roman) is entirely dedicated to the culture and lives of farmers, who lived village lives around the green lands of Romania. It will pass on the intriguing stories of the farmers in an interesting way, more than any book or text. In every room you can feel the authentic air of the Romanian village, the school, church, and homes.

In this museum you will find traditional clothes, old table cloths, hand-made embroidery, decorated ceramics, old houses and agriculture tools. This museum is one of the leading in Europe, and has won many awards and prizes for the fascinating exhibits it displays.

More in the museum is a library and movie theater, with a variety of relevant movies to watch, mostly about themes having to do with village life and the farmers who lived there.

A Closer Look at the Museum:


Museum Building:

National Military Museum
#About the Museum for Weapons

The National Military Museum in Bucharest displays the development of weapons and war materials, starting from 5,000 AD, until today. In the museum there are 5 floors and courtyards, full of tanks, cannons, airplanes, and other heavy weapons. The path for visitors goes in chronological order - ancient times, with sharpened stones made by cavemen found in Romania. There are modern weapons of the Romanian military - each floor deals with a different historical period.

At the airport terminal you can see space equipment, and even a spaceship that was flown by a Communist Romanian astronaut. There are also early planes made of wood, designed by Romanian engineers, and other flight equipment.

Beyond the maintenance of the exhibits, the harshest criticism about this place is the fact that there is no information in English.

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Kidspace Children's Museum
#About the Museum that is Entirely for Children

The Kidspace Museum is an interactive children's museum with a variety of special shows and indoor and outdoor activities, which are fun and entertaining.

The museum has a variety of activities for children, such as a simulation workshop where children build and create things from scrap materials and everyday objects. There is also an arts and crafts complex, technology and electronics workshops, a learning center for ages 0-3, and more.

Outside the museum building there are also interesting facilities for children. There are game facilities for developing motor skills for toddlers, wide gardens, a climbing net in the forest, butterfly displays, bee observation, various water sports, fountains where children play and refresh on hot days, and more.


The museum is intended for children between the ages of 1 year to 10 years old.

On the first Tuesday of every month the entrance between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm free.

A Closer Look at the Museum:

Museo de Historia de Madrid
#About the Historical Museum of the City of Madrid

In the Museo de Historia de Madrid you can see Madrid's development, in the historical events that it went through throughout the years.

There are a few items displayed from the past - paintings, photos, statues, maps, stamps, clothes, fans, furniture, and more.

The few opinions of the museum are divided. Many see this as an interesting museum for the history of Madrid, and some see it as a waste of time. Either way, since the entrance is free, you won't lose any money if you go in for a look.

Our recommendations: the museum is for history fans only, others might be bored here.

A Closer Look:

Goulandris Museum
#About the Museum that Displays Art from the Cycladic Islands

The Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art is a museum that presents mostly the ancient art of the people of the Cycladic Islands. These are Greek Islands located in the Aegean Sea, these comprise of more than 200 islands, their art is interesting and unique to its era.

The archeological finds here demonstrate the quality of the ancient Cycladic culture, who, from 3200 BC up to 2000 BC flourished on these islands. The findings here include about 200 objects from a couple of collectors named Nicolas and Aikaterini Goulandris. The museum, as you probably understand, is named after this couple.

The Cycladic collections, the most important in the museum, mainly include stone figures, stone utensils, and ceramics from the 3rd century BC. The main features are the Cycladic statues, recognized by their white body figures and their angular faces, without eyes.

The four floors of the museum are divided by periods, and only some of the floors are dedicated to art from the Cycladic Islands. The upper floors include ancient Greek art and reliefs from the former civilizations of Cyprus.

In the museum you can see Greek Amphorae and vases, ancient and beautiful that usually include drawn figures in the colors red and black. Near them you can see cylindrical stone beads from the 4th century BC, ceramic jars from the 13th century BC, a two-neck drinking container from Cyprus from the 3rd century BC, and more.

If you will exit to the beautiful garden you will see, adjacent to the beautiful museum building the Stathatos Mansion. This building is designed in the neo-classical style at the end of the 19th century, by the famous architect Ernst Ziller. Today this is a wing in the museum, where the museum offices are located, and also hosts some temporary exhibits.


Entrance for anyone under the age of 19, or anyone with disabilities enters for free.

On Mondays, entrance is free to all visitors.

Souvenirs at the souvenir shop in the museum are very expensive. You can purchase imitations of Cycladic sculptures at a much lower price at souvenir shops in the Plaka district.

A Closer Look:

Greek Folk Art Museum
#About the Museum of Cultural Greek Art

The Greek Folk Art Museum was established in 1918 and displays handmade Greek artifacts.

The museum, whose name Greek Folk Art Museum was only chosen in 1959, has 4 sections. Each section is located in a different place in the city:

The central building - displays folk art exhibits, including ceramics, wood carvings, metal, cloths, embroidery, and religious items. There is an exhibit here for traditional dress for men and women from all around Greece. Displayed in this section are costumes for a masked ball, holiday wear, clothes worn during festivals and special occasions, and also costumes for theater. Additionally, you will see here works of silver that were created for churches and everyday uses, as well as huge collections of beautiful jewelry unique to Greece.

The building on 22 Panos Street - this building is in the Plaka, it presents the main and permanent exhibition. This is the museum's main building in Plaka, where the museum offices sit, with lecture halls and its own library.

Tzisdaraki Mosque - this was a mosque that was built during the Turkish rule over Athens, and today displays the Greek folk ceramic collection of Greece. The mosque is located in Monastiraki Square.

Bath House of the Winds - this was an ancient bath house located in the Plaka, and is from the Turkish rule over the city of Athens. It is unclear where the name Bath House of the Winds came from. Regardless, this is the only public bathhouse left of ancient Athens.


The entrance is free for anyone under 19 years old, and students from the European Union.

A Closer Look:

National Archaeological Museum
#About the National Archeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum of Greece is located in Athens, and is without a doubt among the most important archeological museums in Greece. If you have the time or the patience for just one museum while you are in Athens, we recommend the National Archaeological Museum.

The museum was opened in 1874 and is located in a very impressive building, built for the museum. Inside are a variety of ancient Greek treasures, through its different periods, more varied than any other museum in the world.

Here, for example, are rare accessories from the island of Santorini, ivory and bronze statues, as well as frescoes from the 16th century, the 'Mask of Agamemnon,' molding from gold, and other creations from the Island of Mykonos, display items from the Mycenaean period, and ancient items from the Island of Delos, and more.


For those 18 years or younger, entrance is free.

A Closer Look:

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
#About the Museum Named Poland

The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich), also known as the Polish Museum, is a museum that tells the history of the Jews in Poland, from the first immigration to Poland, to present day.

The museum was built in what was the only area in the former Jewish Quarter that was left without construction. Here, in the past, the Warsaw Ghetto was situated, right at the site where the Judenrat headquarters stood during the war. It is right next to Anielewicz Street and opposite the monument of the sculptor Nathan Rapaport, in memory of the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto.

Even if the museum dedicates a significant part to the Holocaust, it also deals quite a bit with other periods in the history of the connection between the Jews and Poland. In fact, the museum tells about the history of Polish Jewry, starting in the 13th century, and does it right through innovative technology that creates interest.

Although it has an interactive part, which offers activities with computer screens, the museum is not really intended for young children.

#Museum Exhibits

The museum has a permanent exhibition that presents 1,000 years of Jewish history, formerly the largest Jewish community in the world.

The permanent exhibition is divided into 8 spaces representing different historical periods, beginning with the Middle Ages of Polish Jewry, the Jews in the Polish-Lithuanian Union, the Second Polish Republic, the Holocaust and the postwar period.

Here are the museum's wings:

Forest - the escape of the Jews from persecution in Western Europe to Poland, which was the largest house for Jews in Europe.

Middle Ages- the first Jewish settlers in Poland. Descriptions of Abraham ben Jacob, from the 10th century of the Polish state under the first ruler of Yashko, the first ruler of Poland.

Golden Age - in the 15th and 16th centuries, the rich culture of Polish Jewry, which enjoyed religious tolerance, and developed. It ended with the pogroms of the Khmelnytsky revolt, which is represented as a symbolic flame of fire.

Towards a State - In the 17th and 18th centuries, typical suburbs develope near cities with a Jewish majority.

Modernity - Polish Jewry divided in the 19th century succeeds in the industrial revolution in Poland, developing and meeting modern anti-Semitism, which will accompany them from here.

The Street - Between the two world wars, the second golden age of Polish Jewry was created, and a developed Jewish culture was created in Poland.

Holocaust - the horrors of the Holocaust, which puts the Jews of Warsaw in Ghettos and annihilates 90% of Polish Jewry.

Post-War - after 1945, with the departure of most Holocaust survivors from Poland, the Soviet takeover and the anti-Semitic campaign sponsored by the Communist authorities, until the end of communism and the revival of the small Jewish community in Poland.


Admission to the museum on Thursdays is free.

Entrance is until 4:00 pm.

The tour lasts about two hours.

A Closer Look at the Museum:


Frederic Chopin Museum
#About the Interactive Museum in Memory of the Genius Polish Pianist

The Frederic Chopin Museum (Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina) is dedicated to a cultural hero, a source of pride for Warsaw and the whole Polish nation. It represents a wide variety of items that have been collected in the 1930's, while the greatest composer in the history of Poland was still alive.

The museum, considered today one of the more modern museums in Europe, displays items through technological attractions, and showcases the life, history and works of the composer known for the Polonaise, the Minuets and his beloved waltzes. The museum gives a glimpse into the world of one of the most prominent composers of the Romantic period, and visitors feel like Chopin's guests. Visitors can experience the short but impressive course of his life and hear his works in an experiential way.

The museum has collected many items from Chopin's life, the largest Chopin collection in the world, that began being assembled in 1934, and continues to grow today. Over 5,000 items here are connected to Chopin, such as statues, paintings and photos of him, sheet music, letters, authentic trinkets and souvenirs, hand-written documents by Chopin, personal belongings that he used in his daily life, and even his last piano, from the 1940's.

Among the more sentimental items, there are photos of Chopin in his PJ's, photos of his last moments while laying down on his deathbed, curls from the genius's hair, and dried flowers that had been kept from his sickbed.


On Sundays entrance is free.

The museum hosts many concerts and recitals. Take a look at the schedule on the museum website linked below.

A Closer Look at the Museum:


Chopin's Ballade in G minor from the film "The Pianist":


Waltz to Chopin's "Spring":

Israel Museum
#About the Israel Museum in Jerusalem

The Israel Museum is the largest and most important museum in Israel. The museum, founded in 1965 and located in Givat Ram in Jerusalem, is considered one of the largest museums in the world. With a variety of collections in areas such as archeology, Judaica, ethnography, Israeli art and the art of the world, there are over half a million art objects from all over the world, from the birth of humanity to the present.

There are quite a few famous masterpieces of great artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Gogh, Monet, Gaugin, Cezanne, Marcel Duchamp, Picasso, Dalí, Magritte, Warhol and many others. The sculpture garden features sculptures by the great Western sculptors, including some of the most important artists in the history of art, such as August Rodin, Jacques Lifshitz and Klaus Oldenburg.

In the Israel Museum you can see among other things the oldest mask in the world. This is a stone mask that was found in the Judean Desert and was discovered from over 9,000 years ago.

The Museum, considered the largest cultural institution in Israel and the largest and most comprehensive museum in the Middle East, is constantly exhibiting temporary exhibits, some of which are very intriguing and exhibit the world's leading works of art and artifacts.

A special building in the museum is the Shrine of the Book. Here are the oldest manuscripts in the world of the Bible, most of which are more than 2,000 years old and most of which are written in Hebrew, as opposed to a small part written in Aramaic and Greek, the most important of which are the Dead Sea Scrolls. Click on the tag "The Shrine of the Book".

The museum also has an impressive and very detailed model of Jerusalem during the Second Temple period.

A Closer Look at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem:


Explanation in Different Languages:

The National Museum in Warsaw
#About Poland's Main Art Museum

The National Museum in Warsaw (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie) presents a huge number of items, approximately 830,000, and a variety of exhibitions dealing with ancient Egyptian art, early Egyptian art, medieval art, decorative art and more. The museum also has a number of exhibits related to Jewish culture and history.

Among the items you can see here are paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs, coins and more. The museum was originally founded in 1862 and is now considered one of the oldest museums in the country. It has 7 permanent exhibitions and quite a few changing exhibitions.

The museum's large building was built in the early 1930's in an Italian Fascist style. In the courtyard, you will be greeted by the museum fountain. Many visitors come to the museum every day, including schoolchildren and students.

Be sure to pay particular attention to the museum's real gem, the work of Polish national artist Jan Matyko, "The Battle of Grunewald," of 1878, which describes the Polish victory over the Teutons. You cannot miss the painting because of its sheer size, about ten meters wide and about four meters high.


On Thursdays, entrance is free between 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm.

A Closer Look at the Museum:

Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments
#About the Museum with the Torture Tools from the Middle Ages

The Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments is located in the middle of the Old City of Prague and displays a variety of torture tools, mostly used by the royal house and the catholic church of the Middle Ages. Those who love horror movies, will probably love this place.

In the museum, located in a dark and mysterious basement, what empowers the reluctant experience, the museum displays about 100 torture tools, used by Catholic examiners to identify traitors and criminals and those who had sinned against the Church or committed heresy.

For everything to be clear, there are dozens of photos, of the different kinds of torture practiced, and of the cruel methods of executions. They explain in detail how the equipment shown here was used to inflict suffering on interrogees and defendants, until they confessed or passed away.

There are also almost-human wax figures, which illustrate the torture in a pathetic and horrifying way. The sound effects that resonate throughout the basement do not make it difficult to imagine the suffering that the people here knew. Sad, and filling us with joy that this age has passed.

#What Can Be Seen at the Museum?

Among the terrible torture tools displayed in the two-floor museum, are items like body stretching, head pressing tools, equipment for cutting off organs, equipment that stings and stabs nails, scratches and removes the skin and more. The amount of imagination required to invent such cruel instruments and the morbid head of their planners evokes sad thoughts about faith and religion and what is between them.


There is a combine ticket for both museums - the wax and the torture, located very close to one another.

There are also family tickets available for a discount, and cheaper tickets for children, students, and retirees.

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Louvre Museum
Edith Piaf Museum
Sewers Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Topography of Terror

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