Prague for Kids - How To Entertain Children in Prague

Prague for Kids – How To Entertain Children in Prague

The exquisite beauty of the capital of the Czech Republic is known even by those who have never been there. This ancient city has been famous for its architecture for many centuries, and tourists appreciate the friendliness of Prague and the hospitable atmosphere.

Not accidentally Prague is considered one of the best cities in Europe to relax with children. This is a beautiful city with many historical attractions and interesting entertainment for the whole family.

That’s why families with children come here all the time—everything here contributes to a quiet and safe rest, and by the number of children’s entertainments the capital of the Czech Republic can compete with Vienna and Berlin.

Besides its enchanting castle, museums, parks, galleries, secret nooks and other different attractions of the city Prague is pretty much one big fairytale experience for children.

Very often parents ask where in Prague they can go with children and what are the nuances that they should know about in advance. In this article, we are going to tell you about the trip to Prague with Kids- How To Entertain Children in Prague.

Maybe you will hear about some places on the list for the first time!

For convenience, We indicated all prices in euros. But the currency of the Czech Republic is Czech koruna. Approximate course: € 1 = Kč25 (March 2018).



Many travelers begin their acquaintance with the city by visiting Prague Zoo, which is one of the largest in Europe. It takes the fourth place in the top five of the best zoos in the world – in my opinion, deserved. The area of this zoo is 60 hectares, it presents about 650 species of animals.

The zoo is specialized in breeding rare animals, many of its inhabitants live in beautiful spacious enclosures, their living conditions are as close to natural as possible.

The territory is divided into thematic zones (northern forest, plains, Africa, Australia, the island of lemurs, etc.), from large animals there are elephants, hippos, giraffes, deer, lions, tigers, polar bears, fur seals. Behind the glass are only dangerous predators, the rest either behind a low fence, or, like lemurs and monkeys, jump from branch to branch over the heads of visitors.


Praga Zoo


The zoo is very large – I recommend allocating a minimum of half a day for a visit here. In the summer, come as early as possible to find the animals awake and active. The territory has everything you need for a long stay with children: cafes, toilets, mother and child rooms with changing tables, fountains with drinking water, playgrounds.

Opening hours:

  • from 9:00 to 16: 00-21: 00 (depending on the season).

Cost: adults – € 8, children (3-15 years) – € 6, family ticket (2 adults and 2 children under 15 years old) – € 23.

Address: U Trojského zámku 3/120. Nearest metro station: Nádraží Holešovice.



The amusement park, aimed at children 5-15 years. Here you can see the “animals” of the Mesozoic era, who lived on Earth long before the appearance of humans, and there are static and animated models of a Tyrannosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Styracosaurus and other dinosaurs in full size. In addition, the park contains a copy of Wollémia nóbilis – plants of the Jurassic period.




Opening hours:

  • from 1.04 to 30.11 the park is open from 9:00 to 18:00.

Cost: adults – € 6, children (3-15 years) – € 4, family ticket (2 adults and 2 children under 15 years old) – € 15.

Address: Českomoravská 15a. Nearest metro station: Českomoravská.


The Lego Museum in Prague with a Toy Library

The largest permanent exposition of Lego figures in the Czech Republic, in which there is a model of the Old Town Hall and the Škoda 860 Cabriolet. There are free play areas with designer kits for children of different ages, family entertainment events are regularly held.


The Lego Museum


Opening hours:

  • 9: 00-21: 00.

Cost: adults – € 4, children – € 2, family ticket – € 8. Admission for adults accompanying a child under 10 years of age is free.

Address: Radlická 117, Galerie Butovice. Nearest metro station: Nové Butovice.



Bobsleigh track in Prague

The self-descent along the road length of about 800 meters are allowed for children over 8 years old to ride alone, while younger children can accompany adults as each trolley or bobsled features two seats. On the territory of the complex, there is a playground and a rope park.

Opening hours:

  • The track runs daily from 10:00 to 22:00;
  • the rope park is open from April to September on weekends and public holidays from 10:00 to 20:00.

Cost: adults – € 3, children growing 100-150 centimeters – € 2 per one descent. The rope park is € 4.

Address: Prosecká 906 / 34b. Nearest underground station: Prosek.


“The Kingdom of Railways”

A miniature copy of Prague and the largest interactive model of the railway in the Czech Republic. Hundreds of meters of rails, dozens of models of trains and cars that stop at the signal of traffic lights and pass each other at intersections. Then even day and night alternate!



Opening hours:

  • 9: 00-19: 00.

Cost: adults – € 10, children below 100 centimeters – € 2, children under 15 years old – € 6, family ticket (2 adults and 1 child) – € 20.

Address: Stroupežnického 23. Nearest metro station: Anděl.


Related: Travel from Berlin to Prague

National Technical Museum in Prague

It includes expositions dedicated to architecture and construction, the art of photography, the history of the press, astronomy, military affairs, and the industrial achievements of the Czech Republic. For families with children of special interest is a collection of vehicles: retro cars, the first airplanes, old bicycles, motorcycles, and locomotives, which will not leave indifferent any man from 0 to 100 years.


National Technical Museum


Opening hours:

  • Monday – closed
  • Tuesday-Friday – from 9:00 to 17:30;
  • on weekends and public holidays – from 10:00 to 18:00.

Cost: adults – € 7, children (6-15 years) – € 3.5, family ticket (2 adults and maximum of 3 children under 15 years old) – € 16.

Address: Kostelní 42. Nearest metro station: Malostranská.


Sports complex Gutovka Prague

In addition besides the largest open climbing wall in Central Europe, there are volleyball courts, a football field, a skatepark, water attractions, a rope park, playgrounds for kids.

Opening hours:

  • 08: 00-22: 00.

Cost: free entry, paid for sports activities. For example, the passage of the track in a rope park – from € 3.

Address: Areál ZŠ Gutova 39. The nearest metro station is Strašnická.



A walk on a retro train

The train runs between the Central Railway Station and the Praha-Zličín station. During the trip, which lasts about half an hour, small passengers are treated with lemonade, and their parents – with beer, you can buy souvenirs.


retro train


Opening hours:

  • weekends and holidays, except 24.12-01.01.

Cost: adults – € 1.5, children (6-15 years) – € 1.

Address: Wilsonova 300/8 (Central Railway Station). The nearest metro station is Hlavní nádraží.



Aquapark Čestlice

If you are interested in Prague with children, then include this place in the list of visits – from him in delight both children and adults! The largest aqua park in Central Europe, which includes three themed areas with water attractions of varying degrees of extremism, as well as saunas, a spa, a fitness center, a hotel, several restaurants, and bars.


Aquapark Čestlice


Opening hours:

  • year-round,
  • Sunday-Thursday – from 10:00 to 22:00;
  • Friday and Saturday – from 10:00 to 23:00.

The price of the ticket for the whole day: adults – € 28, children 100-150 centimeters in height – € 18, family ticket (1-2 adults and 1-2 children below 150 cm) – € 65.

Address: Pražská 138. The nearest metro stations are Opatov and Chodov, from where there is a free shuttle bus to the water park.


Toy Museum in Prague

A large collection of European and American toys made of wood, tin, fabric, plush and other materials. There are dolls (Barbie is here only a few hundred!), Cars, locomotives, planes, railways, animals … There are also traditional Czech toys.




Opening hours:

  • 10: 00-18: 00.

Cost: adults – € 3, children – € 2, family ticket – € 8.

Address: Husova 20, Clam-Gallas Palace. The nearest metro station is Staroměstská.


Mořský Svět in Prague


Morsky Svet


Shark tanks and touch pools are among the attractions at Mořský Svět, Prague’s aquarium. Cozy city aquarium showcasing fish, sharks, turtles & other marine life.

The colorful interior of the tank is decorated with coral reefs that total 4.5 tons. A special lighting device replaces natural sun and moonlight. The interior of Mořský Svět – Sea World is equally as impressive as the water tanks themselves; the whole entire wall and ceiling spaces are covered in hand-painted depictions of the sea and the colorful life forms located in its mysterious depths.


Mořský Svět – Sea World features a souvenir shop as well where you can purchase everything and anything showcasing oceanic themes in the shape of t-shirts, plush toys, notebooks, pens, seashells imported from all over the world, posters, shark teeth pendants and more.

Opening hours:

  • 8: 30-18: 00.

Cost: Adult – 320,- CZK

Children up to 80 cm in height – Free

Children up to 100 cm – 80,- CZK

Children under 15 years – 200,- CZK

Address: Výstaviště, 170 00 Praha 7-Holešovice, Czechia



Prague Planetarium

For those who like to marvel at a sky full of stars and find constellations, there is the planetarium in Prague 7. Located in the park Stromovka it is popular with families and children.

You and your children will be amazed by the journey through the planets, the stars, the most exciting constellations and celestial highlights of the northern and southern hemispheres.

Opening hours:

  • weekdays from 8.30 a.m. till 8 p.m.
  • Saturday from 10:30 a.m. till 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. till 6:30 p.m.

Cost: 160-200 CZK = 7-8 Euro

Address: Královská obora 233, 170 21 Praha 7, Czechia



Prague Art Gallery for Children (GUD)

Here the kids can not only get to look at art but make it, add to it, and change it. There are paints and materials to play with, and even workshops for five- to 12-year-olds. Children are not only exposed to art visually, as is common in classical galleries but are involved actively through touch, ensuring that they remember and enjoy the experience much more and at the same time get to fully experience the works of art. Take your children to the Art Gallery for Children where children become the creators of art.

The GUD is barrier-free to allow easy access to all, and children under 3 years of age have free admission. The entire family will certainly be actively entertained at GUD!




Cost: Under 3 year old – free, details:

Address: Nám. Franze Kafky 24/3, Praha 1, +420 732 513 559


Prague Marionette Theaters

When the weather outside is as cold as it has been for the past few weeks, a lovely activity to undertake with the kids is to visit a children’s theater. Prague marionette theaters and Prague theaters for children display the best of the best entertainment for children, and your little ones will surely be happy and tell everyone about this fun experience.

Moreover, if you buy marionettes for your children, it is more than probable that marionette performances will take place also at your home. These puppets can be purchased at any of the numerous marionette shops in the center of Prague proving the long tradition of marionette theater in the Czech Republic.

Popular theaters for children in Prague include the Spejbl and Hurvínek Theater and Divaldo Minor Theater.

If your little ones are between four and ten years old, then the Spejbl and Hurvinek Theatre is a fun option. The comedies are for both children and adults and combine visual and musical settings.

Divadlo Minor is a children’s theater that offers a fun mix of puppets, clown shows, and pantomime. There are performances at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and at 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and you can usually get a ticket at the door.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Friday –  10.00 – 13.30, 14.30 – 20.00

Cost: call +420 221 416 441

You can get the ticket on the place, every hour before and after the show.


Address: Vodičkova 674/6, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia


Children’s Island (Detsky Ostrov)

Children’s Island is located on the left bank at Janáček Embankment between Jirásek Bridge and the Legion Bridge. The island has an area of 1.83 hectares.


The visitors can enjoy a complex of children playgrounds, playgrounds for football, ping – pong tables, a large chessboard and a skatepark. On the north side of the island, there is a pylon with allegorical statues of the Vltava River and its tributaries.


Mirror maze in Petřín park

This classic outdoor play area in central Prague has a whole range of diversions, from the lookout tower and observatory to the mirror maze.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday –  10.00 – 22.00

Cost: call +420 725 831 634

Address: Petřínské sady, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia


Related: How to Travel with Kids. Part 1



Child-friendly Restaurants in Prague


Child-friendly Restaurants


1. Hergetova Cihelna

Long famed among Prague parents for its family-friendly Sunday brunch, riverside Hergetova Cihelna now actively encourages you to bring the kids any day of the week. The upper lounge is equipped with high chairs, a nappy-changing station, a breastfeeding area and a play area with lots of toys.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday –  from 11:30 to 01:00.

Address: Cihelná 2b, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia


2. Ambiente Pizza Nuova

Kids love pizza and parents will love the large, supervised play area for kids. Ambiente Pizza Nuova welcomes families and provides high chairs and a children’s menu.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday –  from 11:30 to 23:30.

Address: Revoluční 655/1, 110 00 Praha 1-Karlín-Staré Město, Czechia


3. Sakura

Sakura is an unpretentious Japanese sushi restaurant that has a children’s play area.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday –  from 11:00 to 22:00.

Address: nám. Svobody 728/1, 160 00 Praha 6-Bubeneč, Czechia


4. Vozovna Stromovka

Vozovna is a garden restaurant in the middle of leafy Stromovka park, next door to a playground – parents can eat and drink while the kids can run around in safety.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday –  from 11:00 to 22:00.

Address: Královská obora 2, Bubeneč, 170 00 Praha 7, Czechia


Restaurant Výtopna

Czechs are family-oriented, and there are plenty of activities around the city for children. An increasing number of Prague restaurants cater specifically for children, with play areas and so on, and many offer a children’s menu.

In this restaurant, entertainment is more for adults, but children really like locomotives that cruise around the hall and deliver drinks to the tables.




Opening hours:

  • Sunday-Thursday – from 11:00 to 24:00;
  • on Friday and Saturday – from 11:00 to 01:00.

Address: Václavské náměstí 56. The nearest metro stations are Muzeum and Můstek.


When is it best to go to Prague with a child?

The climate of Prague is suitable for walking around the city and excursions. Winter here does not have strong frosts, and summer pleases with warmth. The cold is not long here: in March the sun shines, and until the end of autumn, as a rule, it is relatively warm.

In winter it’s windy in Prague, so it’s worth taking care of warm clothes. Summer is considered to be the rainiest season, but in case of rain, you can plan a visit to a museum or indoor entertainment center with your kids.

The question of when it is better to come to Prague with children has one answer – at any time of the year. Although it is believed that the tourist season here lasts from March to November, winter in Prague is beautiful: the snow-covered red roofs of old buildings look fabulous.

Rest in Prague with children on Christmas days has its own charm. Old Town Square and other places are set up with Christmas trees, music is heard everywhere, performances are arranged.

Fair stands are bursting with souvenirs, and in the air, there is a scent of gingerbread. By the way, if such gingerbread can be tried in other European cities, then the capital of the Czech Republic will surprise children with another delicacy – a tube of yeast dough, sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon. Trdelnik.

In addition, in the winter in the squares of Prague filled with ice rinks, where you can have fun with the whole family.

Prague for children in the spring also prepares several pleasant surprises. From the first days of March to the middle of April, the city has the first spring fair with more than 100 attractions. This is also a wonderful occasion to buy a child some of the colorful, eco-friendly toys, for example, the popular in the Czech Republic wooden puppet doll.


In which part of Prague is it better to stay with children?

The choice of accommodation in Prague depends mainly on the purpose of the trip. If you plan a short stay and do not want to spend precious minutes on travel, it is better to stay in the central areas of the city, Prague-1, and Prague-2.

Most of the attractions are concentrated here, and instead of the hotel, you can pick up apartments in an old house. The disadvantage of these areas is high prices and the fact that there is often a reconstruction of the streets. However, noise from the streets cannot be heard if you choose a room or apartment with windows facing the yard.

All other areas are located near the center. Accommodation here will be cheaper. It is worth choosing the options near the metro stations. In remote areas, the security level is as high as in the center, besides there are many parks for walks. Another advantage of remote areas is a problem-free (and often free) parking.

Families with children are not recommended to stop in the industrial area of Prague-9 and in the Prague-8 area, as very often music festivals take place there, so the noise is heard in the streets until the late night.


A few tips for parents

  • There are many children’s playgrounds: in new areas, they are in yards, in the center – mostly in parks. You can find the nearest one by using the website Many sites close at night, usually work from 9:00;


  • toilets are in the subways, parks, on playgrounds, in large shopping centers. Typically, paid – an average of € 0.5;


  • children under 6 years of age travel on public transport and trains free of charge, from 6 to 15 years – for half the price, then for an adult tariff. If you have two children under the age of 6, then on the train only one of them is given a separate seat, the second one rides on the hands;


  • if the child is given a free ride by train or entry to the museum, inform the cashier about it. You will be issued a ticket worth 0 kroons, which you need to show at the control along with the rest;


  • one adult accompanying a child under three years of age uses free public transport in Prague for free. It is necessary to have a child’s passport with you in order to confirm his age in case of a meeting with supervisors;


  • for transportation of a carriage in transport it is not necessary to pay extra;


  • if there is a lift at the metro station, it is usually forbidden to transport the wheelchair on the escalator (you will see a corresponding sticker on it). The same story in shopping malls;


  • in trams, buses and metro doors where you need to go with strollers are marked with stickers (on the subway cars it is a sticker with a picture of a bicycle – if it is crossed out, then you are not here, look for another door);


  • the choice of children’s products in supermarkets is sufficient, however, of the known diapers there are only Pampers;


  • “Children’s menu” in restaurants usually includes French fries, chicken chops, a vegetable salad and a light version of goulash without spices. If your child does not eat all this, it’s better to grab a familiar snack with you.


Related: How to Travel with Kids. Part 2


And most importantly – tune in for a great trip! Czechs are very loyal to children – even if your child was divorced, the likelihood that someone will look askance and make comments tends to zero.

Transport is convenient for those who move around the city with a stroller (most of the metro stations are equipped with elevators, trams are mostly low-landing), people are sympathetic and ready to help. Children’s high chairs for feeding and toys are in many restaurants, changing tables in toilets bars – is also not uncommon. Extremely child-friendly city!


Related: Travel from Krakow to Prague



If you are visiting Europe with kids and wish to take your little ones to the zoo, visit children’s parks and playgrounds, is the city of many options for children.

For the most detailed information about the exciting places for children in Prague, please visit the following websites. Your kids will enjoy visiting the best places for children in the Czech Republic.

Even if you are planning a trip to the ski or health resorts of the Czech Republic, try to visit Prague for at least one day—its charms act on everyone.

As you can see, in Prague there are a lot of interesting places of entertainment and things to do with kids. So no matter what’s the weather like, you’ll find something entertaining for the whole family in this country.

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