Bohemian Easter at Kunsthalle: exhibitions, brunch, café & design shop
Happy Easter and inspiration from art. As usual, Kunsthalle will be open for you throughout the Easter holidays, from Friday, 7 April, to Monday, 10 April, from 11:00 to 19:00. We have two new exhibitions, a bistro, a café, and a design shop—and we’re not afraid to use them. We look forward to welcoming you!
+ During the Easter holidays, Kunsthalle’s opening hours remain the same as every other day: 11:00 –19:00.
+ Admission: basic admission is 290 CZK, discounted admission is 180 CZK (details), members enter for free. Admission includes all current exhibitions, as well as entry to our charming café with a panoramic terrace, located on the third floor.
+ Current exhibitions: Bohemia: History of an Idea, 1950-2000 (Galleries I & II) and My Sweet Inedible Planet (Gallery III).
+ You can visit our Design Shop without admission to the exhibitions (you will find it directly in the lobby next to the ticket desk), and you can also explore our online shop.
+ On Sunday, 9 April, we will be hosting another creative all you can eat & drink brunch at our bistro, from 10:00 to 14:00. The capacity is limited—reserve your spot in time.
+ Kunsthalle Praha’s bistro is currently one of the only spaces near Prague’s Klárov square (at the Malostranská tram and metro stop) where you can enjoy high-quality food; moreover, you can do so in the pleasant environment of a gallery. Your journey to Kunsthalle’s art leads past our doors, so don’t hesitate to drop by and recharge your batteries with some gastronomic energy! Over the Easter holidays, we’re open from 11:00 to 19:00. Keep an eye on our weekly menu.
Booklounge, third floor
The artist Matěj Smetana elaborates on the topic of children’s drawing, thematised in the exhibition My Sweet Inedible Planet by Markéta Magidová. Smetana created an unusual guest book, which invites you to write and/or draw your message with special French curves inspired by the handwriting and drawings of Markéta Magidová’s children, Ester and Zoe.
© Milan Bureš, Jan Malý, Adam Mráček