The National Technical Museum (NTM) was built in 1908, and is located next to the idyllic Letna Park. Today, it houses 14 permanent exhibitions as well as various temporary displays. If you are interested in technology then this museum should definitely be on your list of places to visit when in Prague. In fact, the NTM has something for everyone- techno buff or not.
The permanent exhibitions include architecture, engineering, design and not forgetting, transportation – including air, road, sea and rail as well as fire equipment. Mining machinery and equipment also features here, including a mock 1950s mine, and a chemistry exhibition, presenting laboratory work methods from both past and present.
Even photo-cinema artefacts are on display, presenting all the basic photochemical processes of colour photography, principles of digital photography, and the development of motion photography. The TV Studio exhibition is also a focal point for travellers – which is accessible only with a guide. Your guide will demonstrate how the studio equipment works, which is truly fascinating.