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Czech Center Museum Houston

4920 San Jacinto Street
Houston, Harris County, Texas, 77004

Czech Center Museum Houston Building
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The Czech Center Museum Houston is a 20,000-square-foot multifunctional cultural organization located in the Museum District of Houston, Texas, committed to the education and celebration of Czech and Slovakian culture, art, and history.
The organization was founded in 1995 as Czech Cultural & Community Center.

Czech Center Museum Houston's current building was built specifically for the museum inspired by 19th century Czech Villa designs, including baroque-style ornaments, stained glass, and authentic Bohemian crystal chandeliers. The museum consists of three floors, the first two floors, Prague Hall and Brno Gallery which were named after the two most populated cities in Czechia. These halls are used for cultural events featuring local and international artists and musicians. The third floor consists of Pilsen Hall, the museum's main exhibit area, and Comenius library.

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