Learn about World War II in Prague on a walking tour, explore the crypt and the museum of Operation Anthropoid. Visit a medieval underground cellars with a collection of war artifacts and many other sites associated with the time of nazi occupation.

Despite undisputable beauty of Prague, the city still bears traces of the terror of Nazi Occupation.  Walk with us through the streets of Prague and our local tour guides will show you the scars of  WW2 that still remain on the walls of The Old Town.

See the crypt of Saints Cyril and Methodius Cathedral and in the Museum of Operation Anthropoid learn about a special resistance action designed to carry out the assassination of SS Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich  

Let us take you the  medieval underground of a 12th-century palace located in the heart of Old Town where you will be shown our private collection of World War Two artifacts. These cellars also served as a makeshift shelter from the carpet bombing at the end of the war. Hear about ordinary people in Prague facing the Nazi regime and rising up to become silent heroes.. 

After meeting our guides, we guarantee you will never see this city the same way as before.

1944 Bomb Shelter in 12th century underground of the palace U Kunstatu

Our tour guide at work 

Explore our private collection of WWII memorabilia and artifacts.

See the places where the first barricades were built and liberation fights were fought. 

See the scars of war and silent remains of Operation Anthropoid

See the ruins of Old Town Hall and Prague barricades after the Uprising against German troops.

The Crypt of the operation Anthropoid

A story of our resistance told in front of the house in which they were hiding in 1942 

Explore the city under the city in the 12th century underground that served as Bomb Shelter..


36 (850czk) adults / 32 (750czk)  students 

prior booking required - tickets are available online on our website or from the reception desk 


 Daily except for Mondays at 10AM and 2PM  

The tour is in English and lasts approx.  2,5 - 3 hours.


The meeting point is a couple meters in front of the Powder Gate (Prašná brána) in the Republic Square  (Náměstí republiky). Your tour guide will be standing at the meeting point next to the green kiosk, holding a black umbrella. 

The ending point is in Resslova street 9, in front of the Memorial to the heroes of Heydrich Terror - approx 10 minutes walk or two tram stops from the city centre. 



(+420) 605 918 596

Our tour guides are  Czech historians and licensed professionals, all with a special interest and focus on Prague during WW2 and Operation Anthropoid