Antonín Dvořák Museum
Ke Karlovu 20, 120 00 Prague 2
The Antonín Dvořák Museum in Prague is part of the Czech Museum of Music and since 1932 it has been housed in a Baroque villa designed by Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer. Its permanent exhibition centres on Dvořák’s life and work, the museum also organises discussions and concerts. The museum contains a unique collection of the maestro’s autograph scores, representing almost eighty percent of the composer’s surviving manuscripts.
Antonín Dvořák Memorial
at Vysoká u Příbrami
Vysoká u Příbramě 69, 262 42
This memorial is located in the former chateau (mansion) owned by Dvořák’s brother-in-law Count Václav Kounic. The permanent exhibition provides a testimony of the composer’s life and work, and of his time in Vysoká. The venue also organises short-term exhibitions, concerts and lectures. Situated near the memorial is Rusalka’s Lake, where Dvořák reportedly drew inspiration for his most famous opera.
Birthplace of Antonín Dvořák
Nelahozeves 12, 277 51
Due to ongoing restoration work, the Antonín Dvořák Birth House is currently closed to the public. The planned opening date of the new exhibition is April 2024.
Antonín Dvořák Memorial in Zlonice
Zlonice, Komenského 20, 273 71
The Antonín Dvořák Memorial in Zlonice was constructed in 1954 and is part of the former infirmary. In the permanent exhibition you can learn about the composer's life and work and see objects from his personal possession donated by his son Otakar. The adjacent building, where Antonín Liehmann lived and where Dvořák acquired his basic music instruction, was reverently restored and opened to the public in 1984.
Antonín Dvořák Exhibit in Spillville
Bily Clocks Museum
Spillville, Iowa 52168, USA
The Dvořák Exhibit is located on the second floor of the clock museum founded in Spillville by the Bily brothers. The exhibits housed here recall Dvořák’s stay in the town in the summer of 1893; these include Dvořák’s manuscripts and the harmonium he played on during his time here.