10 of the best museums in Europe… that you’ve probably never heard of

June 3, 2015

Head to Europe on a city break and a museum trip is likely, but why not take a detour from the big hitters and try one of these excellent alternatives instead?

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A line of yellow penguins and a group of giant, faceless crawling babies marks the site of Museum Kampa, a modern art gallery on Prague’s leafy Kampa Island. The giant babies – by Czech sculptor David Černý – and the surreal penguins,which glow brightly at night, are a popular photo opportunity. Inside is an impressive collection of 20th-century central European art. Opened in 2003, the collection is the work of art patrons Jan and Meda Mládek, whose curation is bright and public-facing: Yoko Ono, Andy Warhol and Julian Opie are among the artists who have had temporary exhibitions here.
museumkampa.com. Open daily 10am-6pm, entire museum entrance, adults £5.30, concessions £2.70, under-sixes free

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