Black-Light Minigolf Prague – Minigolf with a twist

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The "Black-Light Minigolf" in Prague Golf & Games has fluorescent everything, together with some foosball and air hockey...

You have certainly played mini-golf before. But have you played it inside and in darkness? Well, not in complete darkness, since there is plenty of UV lighting and fluorescent ... everything. And of course, most of the decoration is kind of Prague themed.

So when you are tired of sightseeing or when it is too cold or rain outside, why not try this venue... Besides mini-golf, there are tables for foosball or air hockey and you can get some basic refreshments and drinks.

The location of this hidden attraction (Opatovicka 18) almost guarantees that it will not be discovered by some casual strolling through the center of Prague. Across the street, you can find one of my favorite vegetarian restaurants, "Estrella" - a super small establishment run by a bunch of people who are very dedicated to providing meat-alternative food. Due to its size, reservation is absolutely essential (777 431 344). Address is Opatovicka 17.

The closest tram stop is "Narodni trida" and from there it is only about 4 minutes on foot.

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Opatovická 18

Mon - Sun 13:00 - 23:00

Round:

CZK

219

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