Werich Villa

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The Werich Villa was built at the beginning of the 17th century and originally served as a tannery. Later on, it was bought by the Nostitz family and became the home of Josef Dobrovský, one of the most important figures of the Czech National Revival. In the 20th century, the famous actor Jan Werich moved here and the Czech poet Vladimír Holan also lived here. Nowadays, there is a multifunctional centre for lectures and workshops, an area for temporary exhibition, an interactive exposition dedicated to Jiří Voskovec, Jan Werich and their Osvobozené divadlo (Liberated Theatre).

Opening hours

january - december

Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun: 10:00 - 18:00

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Contact

U Sovových mlýnů 7
Malá Strana
11800 Praha 1

+420251511669
http://www.werichovavila.cz
info@werichovavila.cz

Due to government anti-epidemic measures, monuments, cultural facilities and all indoor sports grounds will be closed from 18 December 2020. All gastronomic facilities will be closed as well. Accommodation facilities may accommodate guests solely for the purpose of business travel. Detailed information can be found here.