The Neo-Renaissance National House of Vinohrady was built in 1894. Together with Vinohrady Theatre and St. Ludmila Church it is one of the dominant buildings on Namesti Miru.
Namesti Miru is a square in the centre of Prague, close to Wenceslas Square, the main railway station and the D1 motorway. It is only thirty minutes by car from Prague international airport and is also easily accessible by public transport; you can take line A of the metro (underground) to Namesti Miru station, or trams 4, 10, 16, 22, 23, 51, 57 and 59.
The location of the National House is one of its great advantages: it is right in the city centre and therefore an ideal place for social and cultural events. Also worthy of mention is the biggest attraction of the National House - the three outstanding luxurious halls and four syndicate rooms. Other benefits are handy parking and technical support, including lifts, high-speed internet, Wi-Fi, etc. So naturally the building is ideal not only for cultural events, but also for conferences, sales and exhibitions, as well as training seminars.
The National House has four floors and two basements. In the basement and first floor are commercial premises, offices, restaurants, a fitness centre and the main entrance to the building with a box office. On the second floor there are three large halls and two break-out rooms. On the third floor there are balconies and offices.
Since 1994 the National House of Vinohrady has been managed by a company named Narodni dum - Kulturni dum zeleznicaru, s.r.o., headed by JUDr. Jan Nekola.
Thanks to our long experience we provide the highest quality services. Our commitment to quality makes us focus constantly on innovation, improvement, long-term relationships with customers and partners, as well as being part of the cultural life of Prague.
Call +420 221 596 216 or fill in enquiry.