Clam-Gallas Palace

The Prague Museum invites the public to the baroque palace for tours.

Clam-Gallas Palace in the Old Town of Prague ranks among the most prominent architectural monuments of Prague and the Czech Republic. One of the prime works of Prague Baroque architecture, it is a splendid example of historical housing and the lifestyle of then aristocrats.

  • Individual tours with audio guide

Walk through the representative areas of the palace at your own pace, accompanied by the Atlantes speaking from the palace facade. They will prove to be skillful guides not only through the artistic decoration of the palace interiors, but also through its fascinating history. For those interested in a deeper understanding, the audio guide offers even more expanding texts. The audio guide can be easily downloaded to your smartphone directly at the palace. If you don't have one, we will be happy to lend it to you on site. Headphones are also available for loan on site.

  • Guided tours

Reservations must be arranged individually. For booking write email to:

Contact us


Husova 158/20
110 00 Prague 1 – Old Town
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The tour is not wheelchair accessible. Visitors with reduced mobility can book an assistant, with whom they take the lift. Book here:

Opening hours

Ticket office open:
Tuesday–Sunday 10 am–6 pm

  • Minimum tour time 30 minutes
  • Last entry at 5.30 pm


Audioguide / Guided tours

Regular: CZK 180 / CZK 250
CZK 80 / CZK 130 (7–26 and 65+)
 CZK 360 / CZK 500 (2 adults and 4 children under 15) 
– Lectures and programmes (children and adults): CZK 100 person 
– Student/interest groups over 10 members (up to 20) with educator / without educator: CZK 100 / CZK 80 person

About the Clam-Gallas Palace


The palace is situated on a large construction site comprised of a four-wing Baroque building around the central square courtyard. In the axis of Karlova Street, it is connected with the entrance tower-shaped avant-corps, the staircase tower near the north-eastern corner, and the eatern wing near the rear wings of houses that constitute the western front of Malé (Small) Square. The palace area further includes three smaller yards and a corner garden. The external and internal monumental look of the palace dates from the second and third decades of the 18th century and further reconstructions in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.


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