City of Prague Museum
Na Poříčí 1554/52, 186 00 Praha 8
The City of Prague Museum conserves and presents Prague’s history from the earliest times to the present. The Museum administrates a range of monuments including Prague’s spires. It cares for tradition of urban crafts in Ctěnice Chateau’s exposition, or unique examples of modern architecture, such as František Müller’s villa (Villa Müller) designed by Adolf Loos (1928-1930), or the house of Otto Rothmayer (Villa Rothmayer), a descendant of Josip Plečnik, the architect who designed Prague Castle renovation.
Municipal museum and gallery of Břeclav
Dukelských hrdinů 2747/4, 690 02 Břeclav
The history of museums in Břeclav dates back to 1928, when the Museum and Homeland Studies Association was founded. The current institution was founded in 1995 and represents the most important of the history and art of the region. The expositions are devoted to the history of the House of Liechtenstein, Judaism in Břeclav and Slavic archeology in the exhibition Great Moravian Paganism.
Municipal museum and library of Čáslav
Husova 291, 286 01 Čáslav
The City Museum in Čáslav is one of the oldest regional museums in Bohemia. It is housed in a Neo-Renaissance building, which was built in 1884 for the needs of the museum. Extensive natural history collections of patron Josef Kaunický and collections collected by the Museum and Archaeological Association Včela Čáslavská were moved to the museum. These collections are preserved in the museum to this day and document the manner of museum work and presentation of collections in the 19th century. In 2018, the furniture of this exhibition was entered in the list of cultural monuments of the Czech Republic.
Municipal Museum of Ústí nad Labem
Masarykova 1000/3, 400 01 Ústí nad Labem
Municipal of Ústí nad Labem was founded in 1876. Its collections document the culture, history and nature of the city of Ústí nad Labem and northwestern Bohemia. It focus on the history of the German-speaking population in the Czechia. The museum also takes care of a unique medieval city execution site, which is one of the best-preserved monuments of its kind in the Czech Republic.
Brno city museum
Špilberk 210/1, 662 24 Brno
Established in 1904, the Museum cares for the cultural heritage of the city. Its rapid development would occur after 1960 when the institution moved into Špilberk Castle, the landmark notorious as “the dungeon of nations”, where, e.g., Italian poet, Silvio Pellico, had been imprisoned. In addition to history the museum expositions cover artistic and urban development, especially the unique era between the world wars, when Brno occupied a dominant position in the development of modern architecture. What serves as an excellent illustration is the Tugendhat Villa designed by an architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and built between 1929 and 1930. It has been on the List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2007.