- National Gallery in Prague
- Archa Theatre
Offering theatre, dance, music, multimedia, and film programs to examine the possibilities of art.
- Moravian Museum, The
Exhibits over six million objects representing valuable scientific material from the fields of literature, music, geology, mineralogy, botany, zoology, and entomology. Also in Czech.
- Academy of Fine Arts
Akademie vytvarnych umeni.
- City Gallery Prague
Offers permanent exhibitions of 19th and 20th century Czech Art and short-term exhibitions of works by Czech and foreign artists.
- Black Light Theatre IMAGE
Company combining black light images, theatre, dance, modern jazz, and pantomime.
- Photo Life (Czech)
Contains articles on photography, reviews, events listings, photos from amateurs, tests, discussion forum, and more. In Czech language.
- Festival Mozart Open
Offers theatre versions of Don Giovanni, Yellow Submarine, and Mozart arias.
Gallery of painting, sketches, cartoons, and photographs by Czech artists.
- Prague National Theatre
Venue for the Czech Opera and Ballet. History, schedule, repertoire, premieres, seating plan, opera packages, and other information.
- Theatre Institute Prague
Modern information center and research institute, whose main mission is to provide the Czech and foreign public with a complex information service in the areas of theatre, ballet, dance, puppet theatre, and other forms of the performing arts.
- Czech Genealogy on the Internet
Also includes links for Krouzek family genealogy.
Cult magazine focusing on design, architecture, fashion, and lifestyle.
- New International Theatre Encounter (NIE)
Pilot project for international and multilingual collaboration between theatre workers from different European countries and traditions.
- Czech and Slovak Writing in Translation
Bibliography of works translated into English.
- Starost Puppet show
Offers information and showtimes for this this theater company from the Czech Republic.
- Czech Literature since the 1980s
From a lecture by Jiri Holy.
Featuring photography by Jiri Dvorak, oil paintings by Blanka Dvorakova, and satirical watercolors by Mara Infidelious.
- International Salsa Club of Prague
Programs, repertoire, books, audio, performances, and more. In Czech.