Museum of the Prague Bambino
Local Life Prague is about to select candidates for Best Places awards, dedicated to rewarding and encouraging excellence in products, service and ideas. You are helping us to make the best choice.
Museum of the Prague Bambino has 0 votes. Click here to see the results.
You can vote once a day for your favourite place.
Prague might as well be known for its odd museums as much as for its other attractions. In addition to the Sex Machines Museum, the oddly whimsical yet twisted Museum of Communism, and the mysterious and, for lack of a better word, Kafkaesque Kafka Museum, there's the Museum of the Prague Bambino (Muzeum Prazskeho Jezulatka), or literally, "Museum of the Infant Jesus of Prague." What's an infant Jesus museum, you ask? Well, it's a branch of the slightly propagandistic Church of the Infant Jesus of Prague, centering around the wardrobe of the famous wax statue of the Child Jesus. Exciting, we know. What's more, 17th century Baroque and Renaissance music play while you view various religious items of the Church's collection. Just remember to bring some frankincense and myrrh - you don't want to show up empty-handed, do you?
Editor & Prague Local