Guided tours at the EstatesTheatre (EN)

in English language

Stavovské divadlo

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    August 2020

    Saturday 22. 8.

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    Basic information


    Stavovské divadlo

    Approximate running time

    50 minutes, no intermission

    The meeting point

    with your guide is 10 minutes at the latest prior to the beginning of the tour in front of the main entrance of the The Estates Theatre. The entrance is located on Železná Street,  Praha 1.

    The Estates Theatre is one of the most beautiful historic theatre buildings in Europe


    The Estates Theatre is one of the most beautiful theatre buildings in Europe. It is inextricably linked with the work of musical geniuses such as W. A. Mozart, Carl Maria von Weber, Gustav Mahler, and Niccolò Paganini. However, its history was also influenced by famous Czechs such as the writer Karel Čapek, the playwright Milan Kundera or the director Miloš Forman. Our dedicated guides will tell you not only about these personalities, but also many other interesting facts from history and the present.

    The tour of the Estates Theatre takes less than an hour and begins in the lobby, continues in the auditorium, Mozart’s lounge, and ends in the central cloakroom.

    Tour duration: approx. 60 minutes
    Tour language: in English
    Max. number of persons in the group: 35
    Admissions charges for guided tours in English
    Full admission: 260 CZK  
    Reduced admission (Children 6-15, Students, Seniors 65+):  160 CZK  

    The visitors shall always meet about 10 minutes before the tour starts in front of the main entrance to the Estates Theatre building, which is located under the arcade at the intersection of Rytířská and Železná streets.

    Please, be punctual, once the tour starts, it is no longer possible to enter the building.

    It is forbidden to use the lift during weekend tours, therefore, please consider whether you are physically able to walk up the stairs. Moreover, the use of toilets shall be limited to the minimum necessary.