New Building of the National Museum
(Czech: Nová budova Národního muzea)
The New Building of the National Museum is located next to the Main Building of the National Museum. The former Prague Stock Exchange was designed by Jaroslav Rössler and built in 1938.
The building was extended in 1968–1973 for meetings of the Federal Assembly (parliament), the bridge girder was used there and at that time it was the largest hanged glass wall in Czechoslovakia.
In 2009, the building was assigned to the National Museum and it is used for short-term exhibitions. In 2019, the building was connected to the historical building through a tunnel.
New Town, Vinohradská 52/1, Prague
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours