5. The Jewish Museum
One of the best Jewish museums in the world is located in Prague’s Jewish quarter. The museum was created during World War II when many synagogues in the city were destroyed. In an effort to save the artifacts that were in the temples, people living in the ghetto negotiated a deal with the Nazis that allowed them to build the museum. Since then it has been a place people from all around the world go to see the historical artifacts you cannot see anywhere else. The museum also offers visitors concerts and monthly publications. It has become so popular it was the most visited museum in the Czech Republic in 2010.