Museum of Czech Literature (MCL) – Little Villa

Literary lounge, Ladislav Mňačko exhibition in the ground floor, terrace with garden

Saturday, Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Photos: Building's Archive, Vladimír Lacena

Transport: metro A / tram (Hradčanská)
Visiting Method: group tours of a limited size
bezbariérový přístuponly gardendoprovodný programinteractive exhibition; permanent exhibition of Ladislav Mňačko's study roomToaletyvýhledy

Architektura první republiky

Address: Pelléova 20/70, Praha 6
Year: 1920s; 2005; 2006 (reconstruction)
Architects: unknown; Tomáš Šantavý (reconstruction)

The inconspicuous villa in Bubeneč used to serve as a residential house or as a residence of foreign diplomats. In 2011, the Museum of Czech Literature had the house reconstructed, and its premises are now used as the seat of the department of collection presentation and as a digitization workplace but also for organizing cultural programs for the public. During the tour, you can look inside the office of Ladislav Mňačko, the most translated Slovak writer, or relax in the calm adjacent garden.