Apple Museum in Prague Review

Apple Museum Prague Review
Price:
9€

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Rating:
5
On April 16, 2018
Last modified:May 31, 2018

Summary:

The Apple Museum in Prague has the largest private collection of Apple products in the world. The Apple Museum in Prague has 472 private exhibits covering over 762m² of exhibition space. Ticket prices vary from 4€ for children to 9€ for adults and can be purchased online.

The Apple Museum in Prague has the largest private collection of Apple products in the world. The Apple Museum in Prague has 472 private exhibits covering over 762m² of exhibition space. Ticket prices vary from 4€ for children to 9€ for adults and can be purchased online.

Apple Museum Prague

Apple Museum Prague

The Apple Museum contains a collection of almost all Apple products since the companies inception in 1972. Exhibitions are not only dedicated to Apple, they include exhibits from Steve Jobs’s other companies including Pixar and Next. The Apple Museum is a self guided tour with audio available in 8 languages. The Apple Museum contains some unique items you will not get to see anywhere else.

Original iPhone Prototype

iPhone Prototype

One of the first exhibitions you will see is a original Apple 1 created by Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak. Other interesting exhibits include the first iPhone prototype, printers and every iPod available regarded by many as the product that saved Apple from bankruptcy. Exhibits are not limited to products. You will get to see various Apple Marketing campaigns and audio to historic moments in Apple’s history including the unveiling of the first iPhone.

The Apple Museum in Prague provides a unique look at the history of Apple as well its founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. I would highly recommend the Apple Museum not just to Apple fans but anybody interested in the history of computing.

The Apple Museum in Prague has the largest private collection of Apple products in the world. The Apple Museum in Prague has 472 private exhibits covering over 762m² of exhibition space. Ticket prices vary from 4€ for children to 9€ for adults and can be purchased online.

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