Welcome to the Apple Museum,
the largest private collection of Apple products in the world.
A UNIQUE & PRIVATE EXPOSITION
Prague’s Pop Art Gallery proudly presents the most comprehensive and valuable collection of 472 products associated with the name of Steve Jobs - Apple, Pixar and Next. A unique story telling guiding you through the collections of computers and gadgets from 1976 until 2012, creating the heritage of the life of Steve Jobs. Among the unique exhibits you find the legendary Apple Lisa, the first Macintosh, yearbooks from his studies of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, a prototype iPhone and other precious rarities you won’t find elsewhere.
THE LARGEST & MOST COMPLEX APPLE MUSEUM
In the heart of Prague, on the corner of Husova and Karkova Streets, is located this unique exhibition, reaching an incredible 767 m2 of exhibition space and over 12,000 meters of installed cables. Apple Museum is housed in a renovated townhouse whose entire interior is designed in line with the philosophy of the Apple brand - clean impressive design, quality materials and with the support of the latest technologies. Individual exhibits are arranged, placed on rectangular exhibits of perfectly smoothened DuPont’s Corian material.
A pioneer and visionary genius
A unique insight into the history and present achievement of the global brand Apple. AppleMuseum offers its visitors a multimedia guide along with the milestones of the visionary genius Steve Jobs, who wanted and also did change the world. The multimedia guide is available through smartphones and tablets, all translated into 8 international languages.
The most valuable brand in the world
A technology giant took over the scepter and dominates the world! The Foundation Pop Art Gallery Centre presents through this iconic brand the computer industry’s recent history affecting all of us. The entire exhibition is made up of only genuine products that perfectly portray the complex and contradictory character of Steve Jobs, who was known for sharply criticizing things he did not like, but recognized that competing firms produced great products as well, from which he himself and his people learned and tried to improve into something even better and more powerful.
You are what you eat!
Part of Apple Museum is a stylish café and a raw vegan bistro, located on the ground floor. The range of products is in line with favorite foods and beverages of Steve Jobs. This eccentric but likeable man with an infectious enthusiasm and passion for his cause, favored organic fruits and vegetables and totally rejected meat. As time went on, he progressed from vegetarianism to veganism and the most common foods were just salads, juices and fruit smoothies. Complete your visit with a unique culinary experience!
POP ART CENTRE
Gallery run by the Foundation Center of pop art and proceeds from ticket sales are donated to its foundation’s purposes. Provides specific and dedicated help to patients after traumatic injuries and accidents, patients with muscular dystrophy and to all those who, whether as a result of accident or congenital, suffer of movement disorders and musculoskeletal system. Especially provides aid to patients with severe or complete spinal cord injury.