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- Lobkowicz Palace, Czech name: Lobkowiczký palác
- Location & How To Get to Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle
- Opening Hours & Entry of the Lobkowicz Palace Prague
- How Much does the Lobkowicz Palace tickets cost
- Entrance Tickets to the Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle
- What to Do & What to See at the palace of Lobkowicz in Prague
- History of the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Czech Republic
Lobkowicz Palace, Czech name: Lobkowiczký palác
The Lobkowicz palace (palác lobkowicz praha, in Czech) is part of the complex in which Prague Castle (Pražský hrad), the President of the Czech Republic’s residence, is located. The famous attraction in Prague consists of:
- Lobkowicz Collections
- Lobkowicz Events Management
- Roudnice Castle Winery
The Lobkowicz palace Collections are among the finest family artifacts in Prague and date back more than 700 years. Among the items in the collection are works of art, rare books, weapons, and armor. The family’s priceless treasures were confiscated by the Nazis during WWII, then by the Communist regime. Most of the artifacts have been returned to the family. The collection, including Mozart and Beethoven’s signed manuscripts, is on display in the palace and the castle, the President’s residence.
Location & How To Get to Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle
Lobkowicz Palace is located at Prague Castle on the southwest side of Jiřská street.
Prague sightseeing tours include a Lobkowicz palace tour as well as a tour of its elaborate grounds. You may also request for a tour of the Lobkowicz Palace Museum. To get to the Palace of Lobkowicz in Prague, take trams 12, 18, 20, or 22 to the stop at Malostranská, or Metro Green Line A. The Old Royal Steps or the passage by St. Vitus Cathedral both lead to the palace. Visitors can also walk to the palace from Hradčanské Square to the area where the castle complex is located.The address is Jiřská 3, 119 00 Praha 1- Hradčany.
Opening Hours & Entry of the Lobkowicz Palace Prague
The palace is open for tours each day between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tours take approximately two hours. The busiest times are between 12 noon, and 1 p.m.
How Much does the Lobkowicz Palace tickets cost
The Lobkowicz Palace entrance fee or entry ticket price varies depending on if visitors are taking the tour or planning on the midday concert and tour. The Lobkowicz Palace entrance fee or entry ticket for the palace tour costs:
Adults 275 CZK
Seniors, Students, Children 7- 15 – 200 CZK
Family with two adults, two children 690 CZK
Entrance Tickets to the Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle
Take a fun and educational tour of the magnificent Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle. This ticket will let you into the five best parts of Prague Castle, so you can take your time exploring the vast palace at your own speed.
Members of the Lobkowicz family members provide the narration for the audio tour.
- Enjoy a 10% bargain at the Lobkowicz Palace Café!
- Cost-free cancellation
- Book now and pay later
- Wheelchair available for use
- A day’s worth of travel is covered with this ticket.
- Starting at €19.32 per individual
- Explore the 22 galleries at your own pace and marvel at the works of art and historical objects that have earned this museum international renown.
- Admire the works of art by Canaletto and Velázque.
- View musical compositions by Mozart and Beethoven as you take pleasure in antique ornamental arts.
- Visit Prague Castle and see all of the city’s most famous landmarks.
- Stop by Prague’s largest church, St. Vitus Cathedral.
- Learn about the history of the Czech Republic by visiting the Old Royal Palace.
- Visit the beautiful Golden Lane and the magnificent Basilica of St. George, where the castle’s workers, goldsmiths, and soldiers previously lived.
What is Included
- Tickets for entry to Lobkowicz Palace
- Circle B entry ticket for the Prague Castle (St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George Basilica, Old Royal Palace, and the Golden Lane)
- Spanish, Chinese, Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Russian audioguides are all available for the Lobkowicz Palace tour.
What to Do & What to See at the palace of Lobkowicz in Prague
Lobkowicz Palace Events Management professionals have successfully planned private celebrations, including anniversaries, birthdays, and weddings. Guests may choose venues for their special occasions, including the palace, Střekov Castle, Nelahozeves Castle, and Roudnice nad Labem Castle and Winery to host their events at the Lobkowicz Palace.
Tours of the ruins of Střekov Castle include the gothic Tower and Knight’s Hall. Tours of the castle are available to individuals, groups, and schools. The Lobkowicz Palace tour features a reproduction of the castle complex and replicas of weapons and armor. A visit to Nelahozeves Castle features tours of twelve stunning period rooms, the bedrooms of the prince and princess, the music room, chapel, and library.
The Baroque-style Roudnice Castle features 250 rooms and was built in the 12th-century. The complex also houses the Lobkowicz Palace’s Roudnice winery, which has been producing excellent wines since the 1600s. The castle is a popular venue for private and corporate events, including weddings and receptions. Each year the castle hosts the Wine Harvest Festival.
The ground floor of Lobkowicz Palace features a cafe, restaurants, and Renaissance-style courtyards with panoramic views of the city. There are also the regular Lobkowicz Palace concerts in which classical music is played in the elaborate concert hall each day at noon.
History of the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Czech Republic
The Lobkowicz Palace was built in the 16th-century between 1528 ad 1560 and was initially called the Pernstein Palace after the nobleman who built the structure. When Pernstein’s niece married the first prince of Lobkowicz, the palace was renamed. The castle was rebuilt between 1651 and 1668. Franz Joseph Maximillian, the seventh prince, chose Baroque-style architecture to complete the renovation. The final renovation was finished in 1791.
The palace was always under the control of the Lobkowicz family until 1948 when it was placed under the control of the Czech government. The family regained control of the palace in 2002 when it became one of the city’s foremost tourist attractions and is included in Prague sightseeing tours.