Established : 1995
Address : 4920 San Jacinto St, Houston, TX 77004, United States
Timings : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Monday- Saturday), Sunday closed
Admission Fee : USD 6 (general admission), USD 3 (ages 13 to 18)
Collections : Crystal, Porcelain & Pottery, Folk Art, Paintings & Posters
Art Works : The Times of Day Series: Evening Contemplation, Painting of Prague Castle and River, Hand-painted ceramic plate with a floral design, Green Cut Crystal Perfume Atomizer and Gilted, Jeweled Detail, Amethyst “Sovereign” Facet-Cut Pedestal Vase etc.
Events : Easter Folk Art Classes with Daniela Mahoney, Easter Egg Hunt, By The Grace- Rock Concert, Surviving Through Art- How children existed during WWII, Dance and Movement Classes
Spread out over an area of 20,000 square feet, the Czech Center Museum Houston or the Czech Cultural & Community Center is a multifunctional cultural organization which is dedicated towards the preservation, celebration and education of Czech and Slovakian art, history and culture.
The museum, which is within the Houston Museum District, is a three-storey building which has been inspired by a 19th century Czech Villa. Baroque-style ornaments, authentic Bohemian crystal chandeliers and stained glass are some of its key architectural elements. It features over 5,000 art pieces which include paintings, dolls, books, Bohemian Glass, kroje, pottery and more. Many exhibitions, cultural events and performances are organised in the Prague Hall, Brno Gallery or the Pilsen Hall and visitors have access to the Comenius library. It is also home to the largest Czechoslovakian Art Deco Collection within the United States.