Graham's post reminded me of our visit to Prague last summer. Another "museum" one should visit is the small Alfons Mucha Foundation gallery. For those not familiar with Mucha's name, you actually know his design sense (look at posters for San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium in the 60's). Mucha designed the paper currency for Czechoslovakia after WWI. His brilliance as a designer was unsurpassed in his day and I, for one, was brought to tears by the beauty of his work. Look around Prague and see examples of his design ethic in the architecture of a number of buildings. I believe he's not talked about as much these days because his name and work suck all the oxygen out of the room leaving little for modern (living) Czech/Slovak artists.It's an excellent museum and has a lot of different models/equipment. I've been there a few times, as I take friends and family when they visit me. If you're in Prague, don't forget to wave "hi" to me and MacStrategy and maybe come buy me a beer (the real Budweiser Budvar, not that American fake stuff ;-)
This is their web site if you're visiting: Apple Museum.
My roaming info for visiting Prague/Czech Republic can be found here:
If Mucha were alive today, I would love to imagine him working for Apple. Guess I'll have to be satisfied with one of these.
I will buy Graham a beer the next time we get to Prague. :D