The Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace, located on Karlova Street and close to Charles Bridge, stages exhibitions in a beautiful example of Prague Baroque palace architecture.
Recently, the City of Prague Gallery acquired the Palace. If you’re a fan of architecture and history, you can go on a tour and find out about the building’s distinguishing features, as well as results of analyses of the Palace’s structural development. You can also learn about restoration surveys and ownership history, social and cultural life at the Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace in days gone by, and current plans.
The Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace also stages temporary exhibitions on modern and contemporary Czech art.
Click here to see the current programme.
Don’t miss the beautiful ballroom, where you can admire ceiling frescoes depicting the Assembly of the Gods on Mount Olympus. At the rear of the palace courtyard stands a fountain with a sandstone Neptune statue, from the first half of the 18th century.Giulia