Planetárium Praha Prague – Constant starry sky

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"Planetárium Praha" is a classic in Prague, and every local has been here at least once in their lifetime... It's one of the biggest in the world, too!

It is so rare these days to see a sky full of stars in the city. All the light pollution is giving us the feeling that the city exists in a different universe than the countryside. For those who think the stars belong to the sky, there is Planetárium Praha. If you asked any Prague citizen if he had visited the planetarium, the answer would be 'Yes, on a primary school trip'. And now, when you visit it, you will be mostly accompanied with families and children.

The Planetarium is located in the park Stromovka and was founded in 1960. The dome is one of the largest in the world, so imagine how many stars fit there...yeah, many. Shows in English are limited when compared to those in Czech but I believe this tip is worth it. When you choose to listen to the presentation in English you will get headphones with the English translation. Remember to come 15 minutes before the start. The shows available in English are here.

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Královská obora 233

Mon 08:30 - 12:00, Tue - Fri 8:30 - 20:00, Sat 10:30 - 20:00, Sun 10:30 - 18:30

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150

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