The Dancing House on the corner of Rašínovo Embankment and Jiráskovo Square is regarded as one of the most important – and controversial – modern structures in Prague. The building has had such a reputation since its construction in the 1990s.The Dancing House contains offices, a restaurant, and commercial space. However, those interested in art should head for the exhibition space, located on three floors. Besides notable exhibitions on Czech and international art and design, the Gallery organises temporary exhibitions examining lifestyles during the 20th century.Click here to see the current programme.
Visit the stylish Glass Bar on the top floor of the Dancing House. From there, you can enjoy one of the most beautiful panoramas of the opposite bank of the River Vltava, with views of Petřín Hill and Prague Castle.