Villa Amerika - museum of A. Dvorak

A summer palace of Vaclav Michna from Vacinov in the heart of Prague built by Kilian Ignac Diezenhofer between 1712 and 1720, a beauty-spot of aristocracy, later even a pub of German students of medicine - today a museum with precious exhibits and a research center of Antonin Dvorak and his followers - the Czech composers Josef Suk, Vitezslav Novak and Oskar Nedbal - destination of Antonin Dvorak's music admirers from all over the world and especially from the USA.

Music Salon
Ceiling fresco "Rise of Apollo" by Jan Ferdinand Schor, imposing baroque fireplace.

Baroque garden
Sculptures and vases by Matyáš Braun and his followers.

Capacity
60 places

Transport
Metro "C" line - I. P. Pavlova station, tram number 4, 6, 16, 22, 34 - I. P. Pavlova station

Parking
Cars and entry for coaches.