- Type: Culture
- Localyte author: Yancy Naughton
- Prague is not a 'museum town' on the level of Paris, Florence, Rome or New York. The best art in this town is outside and free, just look up a the buildings. That is not to say there are no unique curated experiences here. The Mucha Museum, like the Museum of Communism is another such place. Alfons Mucha was one of the most interesting and prolific artists to come out of Czech Republic. His art is synonymous with art deco and was perhaps one of the first ubiquitous pop artists inasmuch as his art and design blurred the lines between art, design and advertisement. One block off Wenceslas, and easily completed in a few hours, combine it with a trip to Museum of Communism, with a little lunch on the square, and you have one rainy day accounted for. With a ticket to Mucha, you can get a ticket to Kafka Museum for a discount. Kafka is interesting, but not a must see. Think about Kafka, see Mucha.
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- Panska 7, Kaunicky Palace, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
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