Prague weekend tips: How do you spice up the first weekend in February?

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Multi-day event

Šiška will celebrate his first birthday

When: Saturday and Sunday
Where: Prague Zoo, U Trojského zámku, Prague 7
How much: According to the regular price list

On February 2nd, the first European-bred nutcracker chick will be one year old. Šiška is ready to give birth, he already weighs over three kilograms and eats roughly two-thirds of his parents’ ration every day. Prague Zoo has prepared an extraordinary program for the weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, there will be a special meeting at 9:30 a.m. and a guided birthday feeding at 3:30 p.m. at the short-tailed nutcracker exhibit in the Indonesian jungle nocturne.

Honzík’s journey: A search game for the little ones

When: Daily until February 29, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m
Where: Chvalský zamek, Na Chvalské tvrzi, Prague 9
How much: CZK 50

As part of the exhibition Helena Zmatlíková for children – 100 years, compete again at the Chvalský chateau! For the smallest visitors, a search game based on the book Honzík’s Journey is prepared, in which children will experience adventures similar to those of Honzík, on his first big independent journey to visit his grandfather and grandmother.

Exhibition of ice sculptures Ice magic

When: Until April 15
Where: Park Riegrovy sady, Prague 2
How much: From 250 CZK

This year in Prague’s Vinohrady you will find a magical Christmas park with a non-traditional Ice Magic exhibition, which will appeal to families with children and adults alike. These are hand-carved giant ice sculptures based on fairy-tale characters and other unexpected shapes. Carvers from all over Europe will make the works on site from 180 tons of ice.

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Bond in motion Prague

When: Daily until April 1, Thursday and Friday 11-19, weekend 10-19
Where: Výstaviště, Prague 7
How much: CZK 95-995

Visit the unique exhibition about James Bond at the Exhibition Center. The exhibition first took place in London, then headed to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, then back to the UK at the National Motor Museum as “Bond In Motion – No Time To Die” and then to Brussels. From there she came to the heart of Europe – Prague. “Bond in Motion” lets you go behind the scenes of the filming. More than thirty-five vehicles that appeared alongside the world’s most famous spy from the sixty-year film history of James Bond await you. Vehicles include Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5, No Time To Die Superleggera DBS, Q Boat from The World Is Not Enough and Little Nellie from You Only Live Twice. All the vehicles you will see were used in the movies and you will also have the opportunity to discover the secrets of their production. Cars, helicopters, motorbikes, planes and submarines will be surrounded by props, models, set photos and Agent Q gadgets. In its 60 years of existence, the creativity of the teams behind the James Bond adventure has never failed.

The lights tell the story

When: Daily until January 31, 5-9 p.m
Where: Zluté lázně, Podolské nábřeží 1184/3, Prague 4
How much: From 220 CZK, discount from 120 CZK

The “Lights tell…” park in Prague is located in the beautiful grounds of the most important natural swimming pool in the metropolis, the Yellow Spa, on the banks of the Vltava River. A view of the city with the reflections of the lights in the river, a cruise on an illuminated boat or a special Christmas tram ride through the city center. All this is part of this year’s packed program. 400 thousand LED lights combined with the art of designers and craftsmen will provide you with a perfect experience for the whole family, from children to grandmother. The park also has a special program for the little ones. A game with a map in the area is prepared for them, as well as animators with lots of games and entertainment in the children’s Christmas creative workshop. Of course there are plenty of bars and a snack stand where you can enjoy great food and drink.

The world of jellyfish

When: Daily 9-21
Where: OC Arkády Pankrác, Na Pankráci 86, Prague 4
How much: From 170 CZK, adults 260 CZK

Svět Medúz was created as a completely unique global project, where under one roof the stunning life of jellyfish intertwines with audiovisual effects. On an area of ​​over 700 square meters you will find 38 aquariums in which over 30 species of jellyfish can be seen. Young and old visitors can also look forward to video mapping and unique attractions.

Winter Wonderland

When: From November 4 daily 3-9:30 p.m
Where: Outdoor amusement park, OC Letňany, Veselská 663, Prague 9
How much: From 290 CZK

Enter the bright world of fairy tales and fantasy. More than a hundred light installations and entertainment attractions await you. More at www.winterwondreland.cz.

Museum of Fantastic Illusions

When: Daily 9am-7pm (last entry at 6pm)
Where: Museum of Fantastic Illusions, Vodičkova 31, Prague 1
How much: From 179 CZK

Welcome to the magical world of optical illusions! Pavel Kožíšek’s Museum of Fantastic Illusions is a huge success with visitors and is now twice as big and x times more fun! Be part of a captivating exhibition of fantastic optical illusions and large-format trick paintings. Go for a unique experience in the funniest Czech museum, where you can also take great and funny photos and videos!

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The article is in Czech

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