Timings : 25 March - 26 October: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Sunday - Friday),
28 October - 23 March: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Sunday - Friday),
24 December: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM,
Closed on Saturdays and Jewish Holidays.
Entry Fee : Prague Jewish Town: CZK 85 - 500,
Jewish Museum: CZK 50 - 330
Once regarded as a Jewish Ghetto, today the Jewish Quarter is a fascinating place housing many tourist attractions.æ
Originally considered as a slum area occupied by the Jews during 1200s, the Jewish Quarter was limited to the Castle District. It later on expanded to Josefov area and was transformed into one of the PragueÍs most fascinating place to visit. Today, the place boasts of housing Art Nouveau apartment buildings but with a tint of some old flavours. æHowever, the major attraction of the quarter is the Jewish Museum (_idovsk_ muzeum v Praze), which comprises of six distinct ancient sites, all being accessible through single ticket. The Maisel Synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue, the Pinkas Synagogue, the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Ceremonial Hall, and the Klaus Synagogue are the six beautiful historic buildings housed in the museum premises, each one reflecting an amusing aspect of PragueÍs past.æ
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