Invitation to the Ministry of Finance Open Day

For the sixth time in history, the Ministry of Finance building will be opened to the public on 28 September 2023 as part of Czech Statehood Day and the State Printing Works of Securities is there for it.

Guided tours provide a glimpse behind the scenes of the Ministry of Finance and the interesting premises of the former convent of the Barefoot Carmelite and English Maidens. You can look forward to a traditionally rich accompanying programme. During the tour it will be possible to see the State Printing Works of Securities exhibition with the opportunity to print your own commemorative certificate on a historic printingpress called Bostonka. The Open Day will also be attended by colleagues from the General Financial Directorate, the Office for State Representation in Property Matters, the Financial Arbitrator and the State Treasury Shared Services Centre, whose presentations will give you a closer look at the activities of these offices.

When: Thursday, 28 September 2023, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Ministry of Finance, Letenská 15, Prague 1 – Malá Strana (Malostranská underground station, Malostranská / Malostranské náměstí tram stop)

Admission to the event is free. Guided tours will take place at intervals of 20 minutes and will be freely accessible without prior registration.

You can register in advance for tours starting at 10 and 11 a.m., 12, 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m., and for financial literacy lectures. This will help you avoid the risk of waiting. Reservations for these tours should be made through this link. The duration of a tour is about 1 hour.

Notice: Every visitor must pass a security check, including any baggage carried in. For security reasons the following items may not be brought onto the premises of the Ministry of Finance: firearms, stabbing, cutting and slashing weapons, flammable substances, alcoholic beverages. The entry point is not suitable for the storage of these items. Visitors with these items will therefore not be allowed into the building! The tour route is not wheelchair accessible.

More information HERE.