Dressing the statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague in a colour of the current liturgical period is an ancient tradition. The statuette has currently over 300 garments donated by believers from around the world as a token of gratitude.
In the museum you can see selected historical textiles and clothes donated by believers from different countries (e.g. Korea, Mexico). There are for example dresses by Emperor Ferdinand II, writer Paolo Coelho and a crown donated by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit in 2009. On the staircase to the museum, you can see artistic photographs of the statue in its actual size in dresses of various liturgical colours. The exposition of nativity scenes from various parts of the world is also interesting.
Monday-Saturday 9: 30 - 17.00
Sunday 13.00 - 18.00
The museum is closed on December 25 and Good Friday.
On December 26, January 1 and Easter Monday, it is open as on Sunday.
The museum is located in the tower of the Church of the Infant Jesus of Prague, the entrance is through the church. The museum is climbed by steep spiral stairs.