Children in Prague

Prague is an extremely family-friendly city. A ride on a historic tram or alligator spotting, a visit to the Dinosaur park, a restaurant where your drinks are brought to your table on a model train and you know why Prague is as interesting for kids as for their parents. Add to this Hamleys Toy Shop with three floors of toys and children will never want to go home again.

Most restaurants, beer gardens and shopping malls have a children’s corner brimming with toys. Prague has many parks with kids’ playgrounds with climbing frames, balance beams, swings and lots of sand to build sandcastles. Children under 6 travel free on Public Transport and children between 6 and 12 pay half price. Museums are often free for children.

Vytopna – Trains Bring Drinks to your Table

Your drinks are transported to your table on a freight train of a model train! The Vytopna Restaurant in Prague is an absolute must-go and must-see for anyone who likes model trains. Playing with the trains is not possible but children can run along the track and...

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Dinosaurs in Prague

Stand eye in eye with a life-size Dinosaurs in DinoPark Harfa in Prague- a unique and amusing experience also for adults. These giant prehistoric animals may be a bit scary for very young children that's why the Dino Park includes a playground for the little kids. The...

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Garden Coffee Shop in Franciscan Garden and Playground

The Garden Coffee Shop in the Franciscan Garden is a you can't miss spot for lovers of coffee, trees and flowers who are in Prague with children. This café is extremely kids-friendly with home-made lemonade and delicious pastry. What's more, the children sit at their...

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Railway Kingdom Model Trains in Prague

Are model trains your passion? Then you should definitely spend an afternoon in Kralovstvi-Zeleznic, Railway Kingdom in Prague. If you are not a model train fan, a visit to Railway Kingdom will definitely change your mind! The rail network is huge and so is the number...

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Franciscan Garden Peaceful Park in the Centre of Prague

Franciscan garden is an oasis of peace right in the centre of Prague close to Wenceslas Square. The garden dates back to the fourteenth century and is furnished with fountains, sculptures, a large number of benches and a children's playground. Fruit trees and herb...

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Sea World, Shark Watching in Prague

Did you know that you can see the sand tiger shark in Prague? This shark is famous as it often plays a leading part in movies. Make sure you're in Sea World, Morsky Svet, on Tuesday afternoon at 3 pm, because it's feeding time! Although Sea World in Prague is...

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Toy Museum Prague

Toy Museum at the Prague Castle is the second largest exhibition of toys in the world. A visit to the Prague Toy Museum takes adults back to their childhood. It is not particularly suited for very young children as the museum is not interactive. Older children will...

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Best Fun for Kids and Teenagers in Prague

A City Trip to Prague and taking the kids may not be your first thought. Prague is extremely kid-friendly from children's corners with lots of toys in restaurants and pubs to public playgrounds with climbing frames and sandpits for the very young. Add to this the many...

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Agricultural Museum

Agriculture Museum - doesn't that sound boring! Appearances are deceptive because this museum in Prague is fully interactive. The museum also had lots of DIY stuff for kids. The permanent collection of the Museum of Agriculture comprises a hall with everything you...

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Stromovka Park

Stromovka is the largest park in Prague and the ideal spot to while away a sunny afternoon. Be Czech with the Czechs and come here on a Sunday to stroll or cycle along leafy paths. No need to bring any food because charming beer gardens in the park are the best place...

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Miniature Museum

The Miniature Museum in Prague is unique. Admire a pair of scissors not larger than 0.9 mm, a miniature Eiffel Tower carved in a cherry pit and many more tiny masterpieces that can only be seen through magnifying glasses. The museum consists of one room only but full...

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Restaurant Vozovna Stromovka

Restaurant Vozovna in Stromovka Park in Prague is one of these delightful places in Prague to enjoy your lunch al fresco or simply for a coffee or a large beer. Sit under a large sun umbrella in summer and in winter inside in pleasant surroundings. Stromovka is...

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Mirror Maze in the Centre of Prague

A sense of infinity and twisted reality is what a visit to the mirror maze in Prague will give to you. This is the second mirror maze in the capital. The first one, atop Petrin Hill, is much smaller but as much fun as this newer attraction in the centre of Prague. The...

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Vytopna – Trains Bring Drinks to your Table

Your drinks are transported to your table on a freight train of a model train! The Vytopna Restaurant in Prague is an absolute must-go and must-see for anyone who likes model trains. Playing with the trains is not possible but children can run along the track and...

read more

Dinosaurs in Prague

Stand eye in eye with a life-size Dinosaurs in DinoPark Harfa in Prague- a unique and amusing experience also for adults. These giant prehistoric animals may be a bit scary for very young children that's why the Dino Park includes a playground for the little kids. The...

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