The Kampa Museum, another of the Prague art galleries, is situated on the river bank overlooking the Old Town, the Charles Bridge and the National Theatre. Housed in an old mill that dates back to the 14th century, the Museum opened in 2003, a year later than planned because of the 2002 floods.
rnThe renovation has created a wonderfully contemporary space in which the best of Czech modern art is displayed. Its permanent collection includes works by Frantizek Kupka and Otto Gutfreund as well as prominent Central European artists, and there are regular temporary exhibitions.
rnApart from the beautiful architecture and thought-provoking art, the Kampa Museum offers a delicious and tempting café, Sovovy Mlyny, where you can reflect on the meaning of it all while casually demolishing a cream cake.