One of the hidden entrances to Františkánská garden is the TeTa Arcade, an inconspicuous passage in a six-story building with the street number 28. It is a part of a functionalist structure from 1933 designed by architects Ernst Mühlstein and Viktor Fürth, which many Prague residents know as the Dům sportu (House of Sport), as it originally housed a sports equipment store. In the 1990s, the building underwent reconstruction, which also affected the appearance of the mentioned arcade. It impresses with its airiness and tastefully incorporated signage for the shops. Today, the building no longer serves its original purpose and is mainly occupied by offices and apartments. However, the shops have not disappeared completely and have found their place in the ground-floor arcade.