Prague Observatory is quite a magical place. Going there can be an interesting experience.

There, you can watch the stars and planets during the day and night. You can visit the permanent astronomical exhibition. Your kid may also join one of the clubs for those who are curious about the space. There are also thematic lectures and screenings presented. Children (3+ years old) can listen to the fairytales (in Czech).
The place is barrier-free.

For the full programme of the Observatory, please, follow the link.

Admission fee:
Students, ZTP: 25 CZK
Seniors: 40 CZK
Adults: 45 CZK

Opening hours:
Monday: 13:30-16:00 hours; 18:00-21:00 hours
Tuesday: 13:30 -16:00 hours
Wednesday: 13:30-16:00 hours; 22:00-23:00 hours
Thursday: 13:30-16:00 hours; 22:00-23:00 hours
Friday: 14:00-23:00 hours
Saturday: 14:00-23:00 hours
Sunday: 14:00-18:00 hours

Where: Observatory Ďáblice, Pod Hvězdárnou 768, 182 00, Praha 8, Czech Republic
How to get there:
Closest tram/bus stop: Sídliště Ďáblice

Contact details:
E-mail: dabliceobs@planetarium.cz


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