The seat of the Czech Museum of Music is located in the former baroque church of St. Mary Magdalene in the Lesser Quarter, built in the 17th century according to the Francesca Caratti project. The church was gradually rebuilt after the abolition of the Dominican monastery in 1783. Served as a post office, a barracks barracks, and an archive.
Everyone who enters is struck by the mighty courtyard and the special charm that has left the transformations of the ages. The National Museum uses the unique opportunity to revive this space, once decorated with pieces by Baroque masters and resounded by one of the greatest organs of Prague at the turn of the 17th century, again by music.