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Muzeum ceskeho granatu showcases objects and jewellery featuring only Czech garnets, precious stones known for their red color. This exhibit explores the country's history of jewellery making from the early days to the 20th century, with displays about garnet mining, garnet cutting technology, and locales known for containing garnet stones. Keep in mind, you will be able to buy jewellery with Bohemian garnets, with a certificate of authenticity and origin. Please go to the website for accurate opening dates and times, admission prices, and other important information. To visit Muzeum ceskeho granatu and get the most from your holiday in Prague, create itinerary details personal to you using our Prague day trip app.
Muzeum ceskeho granatu reviews
I am a lover of jewelry and precious stones so I have to come in. It is small but has many interesting pieces of a jewelry. The staff is very nice and incredibly helpful (speaks english fluently). I..... more
I am a lover of jewelry and precious stones so I have to come in. It is small but has many interesting pieces of a jewelry. The staff is very nice and incredibly helpful (speaks english fluently). I..... more »
Great Service, the attendees were outstanding, friendly and very professional. A delightful place to visit. Recommend to all...
Great Service, the attendees were outstanding, friendly and very professional. A delightful place to visit. Recommend to all... more »
In the same building as the Fantastika Black light theatre, it offers a short yet well-balanced experience of documentary, interactivity, jewellery design and craftsmanship, leading to the national..... more
In the same building as the Fantastika Black light theatre, it offers a short yet well-balanced experience of documentary, interactivity, jewellery design and craftsmanship, leading to the national..... more »
An interesting museum. But lacks of dimension. The collection is very small and disappointing. The advertising is speaking of a big and unique, but in reality there are stores which have a much more collection of jewelry. The presentation of the extraction of the Granat stone is not so detailed and could offer more details and also physical tools. The price not reflect the exhibition and would not recommend. The few jewels which are exposed is beauty but it looks like someone just threw there. I believe a massive change of the exponent and presentation could produce a bigger impact on visitors.
A small but very interesting museum in the city centre. Here you can even try to find your own garnet between the stones and take it home :) If you ever plan to buy jewelry or any souvenir with the Czech garnet, you should visit this museum first. Because you will also learn about the tricks of many jewelry stores in Prague that abuse tourists.
Must visit before deciding to buy any jewellery. The staff there explained us why we should not buy the garnets from the various tourist traps around and recommended the certified jewellery shops. We actually ended up buying jewellery from the shop museum
Nice place. Museum staff spoke in detail about the Czech garnet and its features. We got a lot of new interesting information. The pearl of the museum is a collection of Czech pomegranate jewelry. Also here you can purchase various modern Czech garnet jewelry for yourself or as a gift. And it will be a real Czech garnet, and not a fake, which are full around and which are sold to most tourists. In general - an interesting place where attentive and friendly employees work, you can learn something new and purchase a unique souvenir from the Czech Republic.
Absolutely amazing. If you planning to buy REAL Bohemian Czech garnets then go there FIRST! Not only you will see a beautiful exposition of jewelry but at the end of the visit very knowledgeable English speaking storekeeper explained how to recognize real cz garnets from fake and from cheap stones. Amazing comprehensive but simple explanation. She should get a Christmas bonus for her knowledge. 10*s if I could
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