For operational reasons, the House at the Golden Ring will be closed from 28 May to 3 June. We look forward to seeing visitors from 4 June.

Villa Rothmayer

The family house, situated near the Military Hospital in Prague-Břevnov, was commissioned by the architect Otto Rothmayer for his family during 1929–1930. Today, the villa is an outstanding representative of Czech interwar architecture.





U Páté baterie 896/50
162 00 Prague 6 ‒ Břevnov
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Tel. – Ticket office: +420 731 293 528 or
+420 224 312 012

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 online or at the ticket office at the Norbertov Study and Documentation Centre.


Regular: CZK 250

Reduced (7–26 and 65+): CZK 180

Free admission→

Special admission: CZK 80/person (groups of students of architecture and art schools including accompanying teacher)

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

About Villa Rothmayer

The exhibition entitled The Story of a House and Family adds to the construction-stable building with restored interiors and the original furnishings as well as (save for a few exceptions) authentic artefacts from the Rothmayer's estate – small artworks, glass sculptures, products of nature, and many objects looking ordinary at first sight. Only several pieces of furniture were sensitively added to accommodate visitors.

The exhibition concept focused on the best possible restoration of the interiors and garden to their appearance in the late 1950s and early 1960s. At that time, the villa was one of the Prague's smaller centres of informal cultural life and this period is best documented in photographs. The exhibition in the basement and on the ground and first floors is not only dedicated to the oeuvre of Otto and Božena Rothmayer, but also reminisces about their artistic friends.