Sternberg Palace (Šternberský palác) is open for the public after the reconstruction in the years 2002 and 2003. This 17th-century baroque palace was built for Count Wenceslas Sternberg (between 1698 and 1707). The palace houses permanent exposition of old European Baroque Art (Collection of Old Masters), for instance paintings by El Greco, Rembrandt (portrait Scholar in his Study 1634) and Rubens. The gallery’s proudest possession is Albrecht Durer’s Feast of the Rose Garlands (1506), acquired by Emperor Rudolph II because it features one of his ancestors, Maximilian I. Another works are by Geertgen tot Sint Jans, Jan Gossaert and the Brueghels, father and son. The Chinese cabinet and two fine Spanish works, El Greco’s Head of Christ and a portrait by Goya of Don Miguel de Lardizabal are also very interesting. Italian renaissance works are represented by Andrea della Robbia, Sebastiano del Piombo and Pietro delta Francesca.
Location: Štemberský palác, Prague Castle, Hradčanské náměstí 15.
Open: Tue—Sun 10am-6pm.
Admission: Full ticket: 150 CZK; Reduced ticket 70 CZK; Family ticket 200 CZK; free first Wed of the month.