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Prague: Black Light Theater Show Experience

1. Prague: Black Light Theater Show Experience

Enjoy a fascinating spectacle which will absorb you from the very beginning, wake up your inner child, and let you look into the depths of your soul. This performance is the tale of a man who is searching for his own self, and manages to defeat his fear with the help of magical beings. When watching the story, each viewer will start dreaming and looking into the corners of their own heart. The visually rich presentation will open a magical dream world before you. You can be witness to a spectacle during which the hero saves a child imprisoned in a spiderweb of fear. He overcomes the traps thanks to the power of the gifts he receives during his journey. But don't worry, not even your children will be afraid, they will be enthused and amazed. The visually attractive theater show is designed for the entire family, children will particularly enjoy the magical effect of the black light theater and the interactivity of the performance, while adults will surely appreciate the beautiful music, 4D effects and interesting insight into the human mind. You will remember the ideas from this performance for a long time, and they may have a positive effect on the everyday reality of your life. The story which you will see performed is truly a story about each and every one of us.

Prague: Illusion Art Museum Ticket

2. Prague: Illusion Art Museum Ticket

Explore the Illusion Art Museum Prague, full of illusory art and trick art, which will appeal to all ages. Enjoy unexpected optical effects that will play with your imagination and thus expand your visual perception of the world with new perspectives. Discover illusory art techniques across the history of art, but also in current artistic trends. Experience a reverse perspective in the works of the prominent British artist Patrick Hughes. Be amazed by 3D anamorphic installations from various objects by Patrik Prošek or unique metallurgical paintings painted with fire by Ladislav Vlna. See optical reliefs of Ivana Štenclová and the distorted 3D paintings by Zdeněk Daňek and Jan Jírovec. Admire changing lenticular images of David Strauzz, or the stereoscopic photographs of the travelers Zikmund and Hanzelka. Since most of the works are interactive, you will be able to engage with them in your own way. Be sure to take plenty of photos, where you will be the main hero of stories in illusory processing. Right in front of your eyes, 2D images will turn into 3D spaces, and on the contrary, sculptures will turn into paintings. You can try light painting yourself, learn about the behind-the-scenes of the individual works in the mini cinema and become actors in augmented reality thanks to a new application that animates the works in real-time. The exhibition is not only about entertainment, but also about education. Learn how artistic illusory techniques are used in a historical context, and some works are directly related to important personalities and events in Czech history. Experience the Swedish siege of Prague, or take part in the fall of the monarchy in Bohemia. See illusory portrayals of St. Agnes of Bohemia, Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák, Tomáš Bata, St. Wenceslas, Nikola Tesla, Charles IV, Franz Kafka, Karel Čapek, Otto Wichterle, František Kupka, Václav Havel and others famous figures from Czech history.

Prague: Glow Golf Mini Golf Game by UV Light

3. Prague: Glow Golf Mini Golf Game by UV Light

Take part in one of Prague’s newest attractions, and play a game of mini golf in the dark! Challenge your friends or family to a game of mini golf under black light. Located in downtown Prague, close to most tourist attractions and just 10 minutes walk from Old Town Square, the 19-hole course is illuminated by UV lights that create fun colors on the obstacles, golf balls, room decorations, and putters. Play one game of mini golf for an unlimited time, and admire street art murals of Czech history and legends. As well as playing mini golf, you can sit down to enjoy a drink and chat with your friends, or play one of the additional games available, including billiards, darts, and pinball.

Prague: Museum of Senses Admission Ticket

4. Prague: Museum of Senses Admission Ticket

Explore more than 50 exhibits in 17 rooms at the Museum of Senses in Prague and enjoy an interactive art experience that will awaken all of your senses at once. You’ll begin your adventure just around the corner from the renowned Wenceslas​ Square where the museum is located. After entering through a gigantic green gate, your journey will begin by traversing a dark tunnel to all kinds of bizarre experiences. You’ll pass through a jungle where water flows upwards, stand on the top of a skyscraper, and enter a desert of mind-blowing optical illusions, including a 3D Stable room and a bewildering vortex tunnel.  You can also explore the world-famous 'AMES room’ of distorted perceptions and dance to music in the infinity mirror room. The Museum of Senses is a friendly and interactive concept that encourages you to take as many pictures as you like and broadcast live videos to your family and friends.

Prague: Petřín Lookout Tower & Mirror Maze Entry Ticket

5. Prague: Petřín Lookout Tower & Mirror Maze Entry Ticket

Explore at your own pace with this combined entrance ticket to the Petřín Lookout Tower and the Mirror Maze. Enjoy the views of Prague from one of the best vantage points in the city and travel to the greenery of Petrin Park to enjoy the fascinating Mirror Maze in a miniature castle. The Petřín Hill, on which the lookout tower is located, is 1063 feet above sea level, which provides for a naturally perfect lookout sight for the 190 foot Tower. Climb 299 steps to see from the top. Learn about the history of the Tower from our exhibition at the base of the Tower, where the connections between Paris and Prague are explained. Discover how ironwork changed the world in the 19th century. On a clear day, you will be able to see a panoramic view of the city, including the Vltava river, the Prague Castle, and the magical Old Town. Then, enter the small castle and find your way though a mysterious labyrinth of mirrors. Make your way through the maze until you find the intriguing diorama of the battle of the Prague against the Swedes at the Charles Bridge in 1648. Wonder through the "hall of laughter" where warped and twisted mirrors in ways that will make you laugh at your reflection.

Prague Hybernia Theatre: The Best of Swan Lake Tickets

6. Prague Hybernia Theatre: The Best of Swan Lake Tickets

The Best of Swan Lake performance features the music of Tchaikovsky with the entire story told in a selection of scenes from one of the world’s most beloved ballets. Little is known about the original production of Swan Lake. Much of the Swan Lake we know today is from a revision in 1895 by the famous choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov. About the Performance The performance covers the complete story of the original ballet in selected scenes and is performed by top dancers and Prague National Theatre soloists. Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Cast Odette/Odile: Magdalena Matějková, Andrea Kramešová Prince Siegfried: Ondřej Novotný, Karel Audy Rothbart: Milan Boček, Radek Vrátil The Prince’s Mother: Monika Kysilová, Karolína Cachová, Michaelo Wenzelová Clown: Veaceslav Burlac, Serghei Gherciu, Alexandr Kysil Ballet Company: Tereza Ulrichová, Ivana Mikešová, Pavlína Mráziková, Daria Lazucová, Helena Fábiková, Karolína Nováková, Klára Žežulková, Karolína Cachová, Lenka Hrabovská, Monika Kysilová, Michaela Wenzelová, Tereza Kučerová, Lenka Šnellerová, Klára Slaná, Kateřina Routková, Zuzana Semová, Natálie Rychetská, Lýdie Švojgerová, Eliška Kolářová The Venue: Divadlo Hybernia, Prague The venue has a long and varied history. The building dates from a time before the foundation of the New Town by Charles IV. It was an Ambrosian monastery in the 14th century. After the 30 Years' War (1618-1648) Ferdinand II allowed Irish Franciscans to establish a college on the site of the desolate monastery. The present Classical appearance of the building dates back to the early 19th century. The building served as an exhibition site in the 20th century and only in 2006 was the dilapidated building saved by the Hybernia Theatre project. Theatre Hybernia opened in 2006 as a modern, air-conditioned theater and concert hall with 1,000 seats, 2 restaurants, 4 bars, and a summer terrace.

Prague: LEGO Museum Entrance Ticket

7. Prague: LEGO Museum Entrance Ticket

Stroll through 20 themed areas as you admire the collection of more than 3,000 exhibits with entrance to the LEGO Museum in Prague. The museum specializes in the history of this unique building kit, proudly honoured as "the toy of the century". Built from over 1 million bricks, the displays will take you on a journey to other worlds. Sail away on a pirate ship, travel back to the era when knights fought, or jump into another galaxy. Visit Harry Potter's magical universe, or experience adventure with the extraordinary Indiana Jones. After exploring the museum, end your visit with a trip to the shop where you can find usual catalogue sets, as well as exclusive limited editions or sets that are no longer produced. Amongst other things, the store offers a wide selection of mini-figures and the possibility of buying loose LEGO pieces.

Prague: Žižkov Tower Observatory Entry Ticket

8. Prague: Žižkov Tower Observatory Entry Ticket

Treat yourself to unparalleled views of Prague's city skyline from nearly 100 meters above the ground with an entry ticket to the Žižkov Television Tower Observatory. Learn about the World Federation of Great Towers, visit an art exhibition, and relax in a bubble chair. Head to the Žižkov Television Tower located high above the city's skyline and travel up to the fourth floor. Take your time as you explore each of the themed observation cabins here, admiring the unique views of the city offered by each one. Begin with an introduction to the World Federation of Great Towers and discover the most famous towers and observation decks around the world. Then, head to cabin 2 and take a seat in one of the unusual bubble chairs. Sit back and relax as you listen to sounds from the streets below played through the chair's integrated speaker. Finally, head to the third cabin to take in an art exhibition. This space is used to showcase paintings, photographs, and other works by Czech artists, with exhibitions changing regularly.  

Prague: Papilonia Butterfly House

9. Prague: Papilonia Butterfly House

The Butterfly House is a specially built, publicly accessible ecosystem that simulates the natural conditions for a healthy and active life of exotic butterflies. See hundreds of live butterflies from the rainforest areas of South America, Mexico, Thailand, the Philippines, Sub-Saharan Africa, and other regions. There are no barriers between visitors and exhibits. Exotic butterflies do not have an inborn fear of people, and they are likely to come to interact with you as you stroll through the various exhibits. See these beautiful creatures up close, and take advantage of many excellent photo opportunities. The Butterfly House in Prague is a unique concept on a global scale among butterfly houses as it was built under artificial lighting and is operated completely independent of the climatic or weather conditions. Thanks to this, the present butterflies have consistent and ideal living conditions.

Prague: Dancing House Ticket with Kaja Saudek Comics Gallery

10. Prague: Dancing House Ticket with Kaja Saudek Comics Gallery

Discover Káji Saudek's comic book diamond from the late sixties. This exceptional work, lost for 40 years, then the subject of strange deals and public lawsuits, this "heritage of the nation", for the preservation of which Káj's family fought for 10 years... The entire comic is exceptionally picked up from the depository, where it will be returned after the exhibition, thus creating a unique opportunity to compare the original pages with those printed in the book. 130 original sheets, the whole story to be read face to face. You have a unique opportunity to view and read this cult Czech comic in original images. Part of the exhibition also includes a taste of Berlin's work, which will present visitors with some of his works (which, with their originality, freshness and modernity, will make the viewer want to discover more of the world of current work by Czech artists. Part of the exhibition is for sale, so you can have a piece of Káj's mind afterwards decorate your home and you. Afterwards, discover a breathtaking view of old Prague from the top floor of the Dancing House and enjoy a glass of prosecco, or coffee and dessert.

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The performance was fun and it is worth getting an idea of this traditional Czech theater. The employee at the entrance was pleasant and smiling. The fact that the seats are not numbered might be somewhat tricky. I think they should re-consider that.

Great production. My husband and I sat in the rear. Thank goodness for that, because everyone else was cramped in the front and middle sections. Everything started on time, coat check was offered, but not necessary for us.

Amazing way to start my vacation in Prague! If you book the two hour tour, you don’t need to wait at the kiosk. You can just go straight to your pier. I booked the 3 pm tour and enjoyed seeing Prague at sunset!

It's a lovely place to play some Mini Golf. The setting is really cool!

The museum was really cool! Definitely worth a visit.