National Gallery Prague
From Thursday till the early hours of Sunday, the main program will take place in the concrete underground of Veletržní palác. Formerly intended for trade fairs, this gem of Czech Functionalist architecture has been the seat of the National Gallery in Prague from 1976. Built in 1925–1928, the imposing building was the largest edifice of its kind in the world.
National Gallery Prague – Veletržní palác
Dukelských hrdinů 47
170 00 Praha 7
Please note that the main venue is not wheelchair accessible. Contact us if you need assistance associated with your disability.
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