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Prague Events Guide 2021

Prague Events » What's on in Prague in July 2021

Prague hosts events all year round, including food and drink festivals, exhibitions, rock and pop concerts, classical music festivals, marathons, and the Easter and Christmas markets. Prague Experience is your Prague events guide.


  July 2021

Olympic Tokyo - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 31 August 2021
Times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Prices: Adult: 300 CZK. Senior/Student/Child: 200 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
On the occasion of this year's scheduled Olympic Games the National Museum has prepared a new exhibition which focuses on the three Tokyo Games – the ones in 1940 that did not take place, the ones that were held in 1964 and the ones that are supposed to take place this summer. Among other things you will find out about the history of sports equipment and you can compare it with the latest models.
Where: National Museum, Wenceslas Square 68, Prague 1.
Website: Olympic Tokyo - Exhibition

Famous Czech Composers - Exhibition
Famous Czech Composers - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 30 September 2021
Times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Prices: Adult: 300 CZK. Senior/Student/Child: 200 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
This new exhibition at the Historical building of the National Museum will guide you through life and work of the four extraordinary Czech classical music composers: Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák, Leoš Janáček, Bohuslav Martinů.
Where: National Museum, Wenceslas Square 68, Prague 1.
Website: Famous Czech Composers - Exhibition

Kings of the Sun - Exhibition
Kings of the Sun - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 30 September 2021
Times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Prices: Adult: 250 CZK. Senior/Student/Child: 170 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
The Kings of the Sun exhibition at the National Museum documents the greatest archaeological discoveries of Czech Egyptologists. Treasures from the 3rd to 1st millennium BC are on display, including a unique royal sculpture of King Raneferef, one of the four pharaohs buried in Abusir, and an extensive collection of statues from the tombs of Princess Sheretnebty and the scribe Nefer.
Where: National Museum, Wenceslas Square 68, Prague 1.
Website: Kings of the Sun - Exhibition

Treasures of Numismatic Collections - Exhibition
Treasures of Numismatic Collections - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 30 September 2021
Times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Prices: Adult: 300 CZK. Senior/Student/Child: 200 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
The Treasures of the Numismatic Collections displays coins and medals from ancient times through to the 20th century. The exhibits, which include a large number of Bohemian coins, come from private collections and the National Museum collections.
Where: National Museum, Wenceslas Square 68, Prague 1.
Website: Treasures of Numismatic Collections - Exhibition

Czech Press Photo - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 31 October 2021
Times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Prices: Adult: 200 CZK. Senior/Student/Child: 120 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
The Czech Press Photo exhibition takes place in the historical building of the National Museum for the first time. The 26th edition of the exhibition features 450 photos in total, including the winning photo by photographer Roman Vondrous who captured a man passing through a disinfection gate.
Where: National Museum, Wenceslas Square 68, Prague 1.
Website: Czech Press Photo - Exhibition

Coronavirus (COVID-19) News for Prague
Coronavirus (COVID-19) News for Prague
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 31 December 2021

Keep up to date with all the Coronavirus (COVID-19) News.

Website: Coronavirus (COVID-19) News for Prague

Prague Decadent - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 31 March 2022
Times: Daily 09:00-19:00
Dancing House Gallery presents one of the most controversial exhibitions in Prague. It guides you through decadence and erotic life in Prague in the 20th century. Visitors can find out about the first sex toys made in Czechoslovakia, period underwear or atmosphere of the first brothels during the First Republic.
Where: Dancing House, Jiraskovo namesti, Prague 2.
Website: Prague Decadent - Exhibition

iMucha - Exhibition
iMucha - Exhibition
Dates: 01 June 2021 - 31 December 2022
Times: 10:00-19:00
Prices: Adult: 290 CZK. Senior/Student/Child: 190 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
The iMucha exhibition at Municipal House is a comprehensive collection of posters and other works by Alfons Mucha. The collection is owned by the Czech former world No.1 tennis player Ivan Lendl, and when it was previously displayed it broke the record for the most-visited exhibition of fine arts in the Czech Republic. It returns with a new look, bringing Mucha's works to life with digital technology; models from his posters are shown in motion, visitors can follow the amazing revived storyline of the Slav Epic, and Alfons Mucha himself speaks from a self-portrait.
Where: Municipal House, Republic Square 5, Prague 1.
Website: iMucha - Exhibition

Euro 2021: Where to Watch Football in Prague
Euro 2021: Where to Watch Football in Prague
Dates: 11 June 2021 - 11 July 2021
Euro 2021 may be held in 12 cities across the European continent, but Prague is a good city to watch the live television coverage in. Prague draws fans from around the world, who combine a city break with watching their nation's fortunes on the big screen.
Huge screens erected at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square show the top games. Alternatively, catch all the action on a large projection screen at one of the city's sports bars.
Website: Euro 2021: Where to Watch Football in Prague

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Saints Cyril & Methodius Day - Public Holiday
Dates: 05 July 2021
Public holiday. Saints Cyril and Methodius were Byzantine Greek brothers born in Thessalonica in the 9th century. They became missionaries of Christianity among the Slavic people, and through their work influenced the cultural development of all Slavs. The day commemorates the creation of the Slavic Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets as well as the introduction of literacy and the preaching of the gospels in the Slavonic language.
Prague sightseeing & entertainment operate as normal. Shops have limited opening times.

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Jan Hus Day - Public Holiday
Dates: 06 July 2021
Public holiday. Commemorates the burning at the stake of the religious thinker, church reformer and preacher Jan Hus in 1415. His statue takes pride of place in the Old Town Square.
Prague sightseeing and entertainment operate as normal. Shops have limited opening times.

Prague Games - Floorball Tournament
Prague Games - Floorball Tournament
Dates: 07 July 2021 - 10 July 2021
Prague Games is an international tournament for young players of the fast-growing sport of floorball.
Where: Various sports halls in Prague.
Website: Prague Games - Floorball Tournament

Speedway Grand Prix
Speedway Grand Prix
Dates: 16 July 2021 - 17 July 2021
The first Czech Republic FIM Speedway Grand Prix was held in Prague on 17 May 1997. It has run annually ever since, making it a popular event at the Marketa Stadium.
Where: Marketa Stadium, U Vojtesky 11, Prague 6.
Website: Speedway Grand Prix

Olympics 2021: Where to Watch in Prague
Olympics 2021: Where to Watch in Prague
Dates: 23 July 2021 - 08 August 2021
The 2021 Olympics may be held in Tokyo, but Prague is a good city to watch the live television coverage in. Prague draws fans from around the world, who combine a city break with watching their nation's fortunes on the big screen.
Huge screens erected at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square show the main events. Alternatively, catch all the action on a large projection screen at one of the city's sports bars.
Website: Olympics 2021: Where to Watch in Prague

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Castle/Chateau Night
Dates: 31 July 2021
Times: 10:00-23:00
Prices: 100 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
A magical evening in the Palace Gardens below Prague Castle awaits. Torches will be lit after sunset and classical music played, creating a romantic atmosphere in the landscaped gardens. Visitors can take guided tours of the gardens, buy snacks from the stalls, and watch a historical fencing display.
Where: Palace Gardens below Prague Castle, Valdstejnska 14, Prague 1.

Prague Opera, Ballet & Classical Concerts in July 2021
Prague Opera, Ballet & Concerts in July 2021
Dates: 01 July 2021 - 31 July 2021
Prague is famous for its opera, ballet and classical concerts. Performances are held in magnificent opera houses, stunning concert halls, and in an array of churches and other historic buildings. Tickets are reasonably priced, so shows often sell out. Advance reservations are therefore highly recommended.
Website: Opera, Ballet & Classical Concerts in July 2021

Prague Theatre in July 2021
Prague Theatre in July 2021
Dates: 01 July 2021 - 31 July 2021
Visit a Prague theatre for a typically Czech experience. Black light theatre is a mix of dynamic dance routines, mime artists, animated film, and state-of-the-art visual and audio effects. While marionette theatre features giant puppets. Shows are highly visual, so appeal to adults and children of all ages and nationalities. Advance reservations are highly recommended.
Website: Theatre Performances in July 2021


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