Tips for Wednesday, April 3

Tips for Wednesday, April 3
Tips for Wednesday, April 3
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Do you have an idea how to spice up this day? Check out some of our recommended events below.

Kafka in pictures

When: From 18
Where: Municipal Library, Ostrčilovo náměstí 518/1, Prague 2
How much: Free entry

Enjoy a composed evening dedicated to the theme of Franz Kafka. Vernissage of photographs from the theater environment and film projection. Meeting with two artists, photographer Simona Jurášková and filmmaker Jan Senio. The program will start at 6 p.m. and after a short introduction, it will be followed by a screening of films.

Carnifex & Co. in the Acropolis

When: 17.30-22
Where: Akropolis Palace, Kubelíkova 27, Prague 3
How much: From CZK 590

CARNIFEX on the new album continue to cross death metal riffing with deathcore impact and newly mix blackened undertones and orchestrations, which adds drama and a unique atmosphere to the album. On their upcoming spring tour, they will be accompanied by the Belgian hurricane ABORTED and the intelligent REVOCATION, who mix the 80s with a more technical modern. For starters, you’ll get English modernists VEXED with singer Megan. Program of the evening: 17.30 opening of the club, 18.00-18.30 Vexed, 18.45-19.30 Revocation, 19.45-20.30 Aborted, 20.45-21.45 Carnifex.

A search game for children: From the diary of the blue-eyed cat

When: Until May 12, daily 9am-6pm
Where: Chvalský zamek, Na Chvalské tvrzi, Prague 9
How much: CZK 50

What is it like to look at the world through the eyes of a little kitten? You will find out in the new play From the Diary of a Blue-Eyed Cat, inspired by the book of the same name by Josef Kolář, which Helena Zmatlíková gave an unmistakable form. Another quest game, this time for children aged 7-13, will introduce the adventures of Blue-Eyes the cat and let the player see the strange world of bipeds from a cat’s perspective. The goal of the game is to solve a crossword puzzle. Whoever correctly fills in the secret can enter the draw for the book From the Diary of a Blue-Eyed Cat by Josef Kolář. The game contains 9 stations that can be visited in any order, at each station players will find an entry from the diary of the cat Blue-Eyes, a crossword puzzle in “cat language” and a voluntary task from the life of cats. Game duration: 45 minutes. Suitable for children from 7 to 10 years old or even younger children accompanied by their parents.

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.

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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