The roof garden of the Prague National Museum of Agriculture is a completely unique concept. The exhibition Life offers beehives, herb beds, fruit trees and shrubs, a lawn for sitting or a picnic.
The view from the roof of the National Museum of Agriculture aspires to one of the most beautiful and most attractive in the whole capital because it can be seen from all the important places of history and present of Prague at one time. The city view evokes a number of questions. How would life in a city without agriculture look like? It is expected that by 2030 nearly 60% of the world's population will live in cities. Will agriculture be relocated? Will the vertical farm be more efficient than the agricultural field? Will we stop joining agriculture with the countryside?