Georg Christian, Prince of Lobkowicz (Czech: Jiří Kristián z Lobkovic) (May 14, 1835 - December 22, 1908) was a member of the old Bohemian aristocratic family of Lobkowicz and an influential politician of late 19th century Bohemia and Austria-Hungary. He was a Prince (Fürst) of Lobkowicz.
Born in Vienna as a son of August, Prince of Lobkowicz, and his wife Sidonia, née Countess Kinsky, he was one of the political leaders of the conservative Bohemian nobility. He was a member of the Bohemian Diet from 1865 - 1872 and 1883 - 1907 (presiding over it from 1871 - 1872 and 1883 - 1907 as Land Marshal of Bohemia). He served as deputy in the Abgeordnetenhaus of the Austrian Parliament (Reichsrat) in 1879 - 1883 and became a hereditary member of the Herrenhaus in 1883. In 1871, he was involved in negatiations concerning the relationship between Bohemia and Austria.