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Národní technické muzeum v Praze - National Technical Museum in Prague

17078 Praha 7 (Prag - Prague), Czech Republic

Address Kostelní 42
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Technical Museum in general
  • Street Vehicles
  • Mining
  • Model Railway
  • Chemistry
  • Motorcycles / Motorbikes
  • Tubes/Valves / Semiconductors
  • Fire Brigade
  • Model Ships
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Architecture
  • Photo cameras and slide projectors
  • Clocks and Watches
  • Bicycles
  • Air and Space (aviation, spaceflight etc.)
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Transmitting and Studio technique
  • Transport in general
  • Railway
  • Printing technology
  • Construction kit
  • Gramophone (no electrical sound transmission)
  • Military Aerospace
  • Home Appliances
  • Movie recording and playback
  • Astronomy


Opening times
Monday: closed
Tuesday – Sunday: 9.00 – 18.00

Admission
Status from 04/2020
Full: CZK 250; reduced: CZK 130; Family: CZK 470

Contact
Tel.:+420-220-399-111  eMail:info ntm.cz  

Homepage www.ntm.cz

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Location / Directions
N50.097205° E14.424957°N50°5.83230' E14°25.49742'N50°5'49.9380" E14°25'29.8452"

adjacent to Letná Park

Public Transport

Tram stop Letenske namesti.
Underground: Station Hradcanska on the line A or Vltavska on the line C.
The above mentioned tram lines should be used from the underground stations.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

CS: VTU Vojenský Televizní prijimac (1947?)

Description

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The National Technical Museum (NTM) in Prague is the largest institution dedicated to preserving information and artifacts related to the history of technology in the Czech Republic.
The museum has large exhibits representing approximately 15% of its total collection. The museum also manages substantial archives consisting of approximately 3,500 linear shelf meters of archival material and about 250,000 books.
 

Significant exhibits

Jan Kašpar donated the aircraft, with which he had flown his flight from Pardubice to Velká Chuchle in 1911, to the National Technical Museum in Prague. The aeroplane is still on display at the museum.

The collection of telegraphy contains the most important telegraph devices used on our territory, teleprinters as well as other telegraph accessories.

The collection of telephony contains both telephone sets of all systems used on our territory since its introduction and manual telecommunication means as well as parts or components of automatic switching centres. The transmission technique is represented by amplifiers and components and specimens of phone external and cable lines.

The collection of radio technology contains several early devices for telegraphy with damped waves; domestic production is represented by a spark transmitter made by prof. Simek for connection with Paris in 1918. A larger collection contains early radio telegraphic and radio telephone electron tube devices mostly of foreign provenance. Early wireless sets of foreign (French, English and German) as well as domestic provenance. A large collection of wireless and telecommunication sets from the 30s till almost present time of foreign and domestic production (mainly post-war production of the firm Tesla). Wireless sets used on our territory of foreign and domestic provenance and their accessories.

The collection of TV technique contains models as well as originals of mechanical-optical systems of scanning (e.g. original Okolicsany's mirror screw), testing TV set with Nipkow's disk and experimental TV transmitting and receiving system of prof. Safranek. Foreign products of early period are represented by German TV set Fernseh from 1938. The post-war period is represented mainly by TV set of domestic provenance (Tesla) as well as domestic scanning and transmitting technology. This collection also includes several apparatuses for transmission of pictures.


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