Current exhibitions

All short-term exhibitions are accessible within the regular entrance to the museum. Take advantage of the opportunity to purchase year-round tickets at the Škoda Museum at a discounted price.

The Historical Development of the L&K / Škoda Car Body

11 November 2022 - 5 may 2023

The second exhibition in the series ‘How Cars have been Built Through the Ages’ presents the changes to the bodywork of countless L&K/Škoda models from 1905 to the present day. The body is much more than just an attractive cover; it represents both the owner and the manufacturer of the car, while protecting the crew and cargo from the cold, heat, dust and the consequences of collisions. In addition to attractive photographs and unique artefacts, the exhibition also features a partially restored Škoda 6R, the Škoda Rapid OHV ‘Highway’, an all-metal construction of the Škoda 1200 and 1201 and a replica of the Škoda 100, one of the first vehicles to undergo crash tests. The section dedicated to the fourth-generation Škoda Octavia will certainly be of interest, too. The exhibition is open to the public from 11 November 2022 to 8 May 2023. 

Škoda around the World

10 october 2022 - 28 february 2023

Škoda Auto’s global appeal is in its genes; the company’s first products began reaching foreign customers in the most demanding markets at the turn of the 20th century. Now Škoda is on its way to becoming the most important European brand in the markets of North Africa and India. Exotic cars such as the New Zealand Trekka, the Turkish Škoda 1203 Kamyonetleri, the Chinese Škoda Yeti SUV and the Indian Škoda Kushaq and Slavia models are on display until 28 February 2023.

David Černý: Czech Nativity Scene

Open all year

A unique exhibition of bronze sculptures by the artist David Černý presents the scenes of Czech history and culture. The detailed elaboration of individual figures resembles a traditional nativity scene. The set of sculptures was created for the Autostadt (Wolfsburg, Germany) on the occasion of EXP0 2000.