This museum is crammed full of interesting exhibits dating from the earlist aircraft and motor vehicles to very modern exhibits.
The main exhibition hall is very light and well laid out. Its easy to spend a good few hours in the museum.
This place I wanted to see. I'm a nut for mechanical things, especially vehicles, and they have plenty of interesting ones. Trains, planes, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, models of ships, planes and some nice railroading models, make this fun for us. I went on Wednesday, and it was free! There are rooms on clocks, photograpy and film equipment, and astronomy, as well as temporary exhibits and films in their theater. Vehicles are in one big room.
NARODNI TECHNICKE MUZEUM - National Technical Museum. :: Mechanical & analog technology WITHOUT much digital tech.
The most cameras, clocks, astronomical instruments and bicycles you've ever seen. Planes hang from the ceiling of the main room over huge steam trains and rare Bugati cars. The exterior is nothing special, the displays are definately low-tech and done nicely. Some cool interactive displays in the cinematography section. Excellent GIFT SHOP with cheap posters, models, more.
As an owner of a Jawa motorcycle (made in the Chech Republic of course) - i visited the Technical Museum in Prague and foud it greate greate greate!!!
It contains many colections: mining equipment (plus 1:1 scale underground coal mine model!!!), clocks, locomotives, JAWAs, cameras, cars, telescopes, airplanes - the one in the right is the BELERIOT - the first to cross the Lamanche canal in the air.