The Museum of the City of Prague in Florenc (www.muzeumprahy.cz) where you can see e.g. the newly installed Langweil’s miniature model of Prague, a number of temporary exhibitions and, of course, an outline of Prague’s history. The museum offers an entrance fee of 1 CZK every first Thursday of the month, from 9a.m. until 8p.m.

The Custom House Vyton is a part of the Museum of the City of Prague (www.muzeumprahy.cz) and it offers a unique exhibition of the history of the river Vltava. The museum offers an entrance fee of 1CZK for children every first Thursday of the month.

The National Museum in Wenceslas Square (www.nm.cz) with free entry every first Monday of the month.

The National Gallery (www.ngprague.cz) offers free entry to its permanent exhibitions every first Wednesday of the month from 3p.m. until 8p.m. The director of the National Gallery suggests that the building in Veletrzni Street be free of charge all year round. He claims that the 20 million CZK collected from the entrance fee is not such a sum that the State could not do without it.

The National Museum of Agriculture (www.nzm.cz) located in Kostelni Street in Letna is free of charge every first Wednesday of the month.

The Museum of the Prague Waterworks in Podoli water filtration plant (operated by Veolia, Prague Water Supply and Sewerage Company www.pvk.cz) offers a unique insight into a water treatment plant and into the history of water treatment. It is mainly sought by specialists who come from all over the world to see this unique place. It is only open after previous booking and the tour is free of charge. A visit can be arranged on the phone number: 272 172 344

The Lobkowicz Palace, located in Jirska 3 – Prague 1, (www.nm.cz) is free of charge every first Wednesday of the month. The Palace is the exhibition banner of the National Museum and unique exhibitions have been held there recently.

The Naprstek Museum in Betlemske Square – Prague 1,(www.nm.cz) is free of charge every first Friday of the month.

The Czech Museum of Music located in Karmelitska Street in Prague 1, under which also comes The Bedrich Smetana Museum on Novotneho lavka has free admission every first Thursday of the month.

The Museum of Decorative Arts in 17. listopadu Street(www.upm.cz) is free of charge every Tuesday from 5p.m. until 7p.m.

The Military Museum in Zizkov (www.militarymuseum.cz) offers free admission all year. Apart from its permanent exhibition of military development, temporary thematic exhibitions are held there. A number of other exhibitions are a part of this museum – the Museum of Aviation in Kbely, The Lesany Museum where heavy military machinery can be seen seasonally.

Saint Vitus Cathedral has been free of charge since the beginning of the year 2007 when it was adjudged to the administration of the Office of the President of the Republic.

The Old Town Hall, the Hall of Architects dedicated to exhibitions of architectural development of different parts of the city. Exhibitions here are usually free of charge.