Czech Center Museum

A great dance floor, quality sound system, and comfortable space await you at the Baroque Palace, home of the Czech Center Museum Houston (CCMH).  Dancing will take place in the beautiful ballroom on the second floor, right at the top of the large spiral staircase you see upon entering the museum. Need a break from dancing? Head downstairs to check out the vendors, watch a tango film, or take a look around the museum and learn about the history and culture of a major Slavic country, the Czech Republic.

CCMH is a 501[c][3] non-profit cultural arts organization. The Center was created to celebrate, share and promote the rich cultural abundance of a major Slavic ethnic group and their history. With a worldwide membership composed of multiple heritages, its museum and cultural center are considered essential resources for learning about one of our nation’s diverse cultures and interwoven histories with others.


4920 San Jacinto Street, Houston, TX 77004, United States

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(713) 528-2060

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The highlighted streets below offer free parking. Additionally, there is a parking lot next to the Asia Society Texas Center that can be used for $5. Not pictured in the map below is additional parking in front of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, about a 7 minute walk from the venue.

Please be mindful of not leaving any valuables visible when you park your cars.