Villa Müller

The villa, which was built for the prominent constructor František Müller during 1928–1930, is one of the gems of modern world architecture. Designed by the world-famous architect Adolf Loos in collaboration with Karel Lhota, the villa is Adolf Loos’s masterpiece in which he successfully used his concept of designing spaces – Raumplan.

Villa Müller Exhibition

The villa interior presents a luxurious residence reminiscent of the First Czechoslovak Republic lifestyle of a family that was rightfully ranked among the Prague high society. All of the furnishings are of high quality. Adolf Loos always collaborated with the best producers, placing great demands on them. The combination of luxury on the one hand and simplicity and functionality on the other provides evidence of Villa Müller being an unparalleled work of modern architecture and design.




Nad Hradním vodojemem 14/642
162 00 Prague 6 – Střešovice
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Tel. – Ticket office: +420 224 312 012

Getting here

Metro: line A to Hradčanská or Petřiny stops, then trams nos. 1, 2 to Ořechovka stop

The house is not barrier free.

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Opening hours

January–March, November–December
Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Tours begin at 10 am, 12 noon, 2 pm, 4 pm.

Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Tours begin at 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 5 pm.


Tickets can be bought on-line or at the ticket office in the gallery of the Norbertov Study and Documentation Centre. Find out more here.

Regular: CZK 400
Reduced (7–26 and 65+): CZK 250

Free admission:
– Children under 6, visitors with disabilities
– Holders of the cards ICOM, ICOMOS, AMG, Zväz múzeí na Slovensku

Special admission: CZK 130/person (groups of students of architecture and art schools including accompanying teacher)

Joint ticket – Villa Müller & Villa Rothmayer
– Regular: CZK 550
– Reduced: CZK 330