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Prague Events Guide 2020

Prague Events » What's on in Prague in March 2020

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


  March 2020

Cosmos Discovery - Exhibition
Cosmos Discovery - Exhibition
Dates: 01 January 2020 - 30 April 2020
Times: Daily 09:00-20:00
Prices: Adult: Monday-Friday 300 CZK; Saturday-Sunday 350 CZK. Child (6-15yrs): Monday-Friday: 200 CZK; Saturday-Sunday: 200 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
The world's biggest astronautic exhibition is being held in Prague for the first time. The exhibition has been created in co-operation with NASA and leading experts in the field. Visitors can see original parts of space shuttles, space stations and space crafts, and find out about the life of an astronaut. Displays cover the history of space conquest, and outline the latest projects being worked on by national space agencies and private companies, such as colonising the Moon and flying to Mars.
Where: Prague Holesovice Exhibition Centre, Vystaviste, Prague 7.
Travel: Tram stop: Vystaviste; Metro station: Nádraží Holešovice (line C) and walk 800 metres.
Website: Cosmos Discovery - Exhibition

Prague State Opera Reopens
Prague State Opera Reopens
Dates: 01 January 2020 - 30 June 2020
Following several years of reconstruction, the Prague State Opera is open. Audiences are once more enjoying opera and ballet by Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Rossini, Donizetti, Prokofiev and other well-known composers.
Tickets are available to book on Prague Experience.
Where: Prague State Opera, Wilsonova 4, Prague 1.
Website: Prague State Opera Reopens

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Czech Portraits Over Two Centuries - Art Exhibition
Dates: 02 January 2020 - 22 March 2020
Times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Prices: 140 CZK
To mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Czech painter and portrait master Josef Mánes, Prague Castle is hosting an exhibition of his and his followers' work, including Mikoláš Aleš, František Kupka, Emil Filla, Bohumil Kubišta, Jan Zrzavý, Václav Špála and Max Švabinský.
Where: Imperial Stables (Císařská konírna) at Prague Castle, Prague 1.

November 1989 On The Streets of Prague - Exhibition
November 1989 On The Streets of Prague - Exhibition
Dates: 02 January 2020 - 26 April 2020
For the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, this exhibition at the Prague City Museum leads visitors through the dramatic events of November 1989 in Prague. Displays include posters, leaflets, photographs and film shots.
Where: Prague City Museum, Na Porici 52, Prague 8.
Website: November 1989 On The Streets of Prague - Exhibition

Villa Amerika - Dvorak Museum
Antonín Dvorak: Inspiration from Nature - Exhibition
Dates: 02 January 2020 - 30 April 2020
Prices: 50 CZK
Nature played a major role in the life of the famous Czech composer Antonín Dvorák, and it had a strong impact on his work. He was an enthusiastic hiker, pigeon fancier and gardener. This exhibition includes items from Dvorák’s personal estate: his walking sticks, hats, drinking bottle (flask) and his own copy of a book on birdsong from the collection of the National Museum.
Where: Dvorak Museum, Ke Karlovu 20, Prague 2.

Municipal House
Blanka Matragi, Fashion Designer: Timeless - Exhibition
Dates: 02 January 2020 - 31 December 2020
Times: Daily 10:00-19:00
Prices: 260 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
This exhibition, held in the Gaming Parlours at Municipal House, celebrates the fashion designer Blanka Matragi's work. Dresses and accessories are the core exhibits, supplemented by sculptures, chandeliers, glass and porcelain objects, and art.
Where: Municipal House, Republic Square 5, Prague 1.

The Nutcracker at Hybernia Theatre - Ballet Series
The Nutcracker at Hybernia Theatre - Ballet Series
Dates: 26 January 2020 - 29 March 2020
Tickets available for: 26,28 January; 16,23 February; 01,15,22,29 March.
The Best of The Nutcracker covers the whole story of the famous ballet, but is a shortened version designed to appeal to a wider audience. Requires advance booking as performances usually sell out.
Where: Hybernia Theatre, Republic Square 4, Old Town, Prague 1.
Website: The Nutcracker at Hybernia Theatre - Ballet Series

St Mathew's Fair
St Mathew's Fair
Dates: 22 February 2020 - 13 April 2020
Times: Tuesday-Friday 13:00-21:00; Saturday-Sunday & Holidays 10:00-22:00
The oldest reference to the St. Mathew's fair dates from the 16th century. It is one of the most popular fairs in the Czech Republic, with 120 rides and attractions to enjoy, from swing carousels to bumper cars and shooting galleries.
Where: Prague Holesovice Exhibition Centre, Vystaviste, Prague 7.
Travel: Tram stop: Vystaviste; Metro station: Nádraží Holešovice (line C) and walk 800 metres.
Website: St Mathew's Fair

One World 2020 - Film Festival
One World 2020 - Film Festival
Dates: 05 March 2020 - 14 March 2020
One World is an annual international human rights film festival. It features thought provoking documentaries, often by lesser known directors and producers. One World film festivals are held around the world, with the Prague festival running annually in March.
Where: Lucerna Cinema, Štěpánská 61, Prague 1 AND other small cinemas.
Website: One World 2020 - Film Festival

James Blunt - Concert
James Blunt - Concert
Dates: 06 March 2020
Times: 20:00
Prices: 890 CZK-1290 CZK
James Blunt is back in Prague to introduce his new album, 'Once Upon A Mind'.
Where: Tipsport Arena Praha, Za Elektrárnou 419, Prague 7.
Travel: Tram stop: Vystaviste; Metro station: Nádraží Holešovice (line C) and walk 800 metres.
Website: James Blunt - Concert

Mireille Mathieu - Concert
Mireille Mathieu - Concert
Dates: 07 March 2020 - 08 March 2020
Times: 20:00
Prices: 1390 CZK-4190 CZK
French singer Mireille Mathieu performs her greatest hits to a Prague audience.
Where: Prague Congress Centre (Kongresové centrum Praha), 5. května 65, Prague 4.
Travel: Metro station: Vysehrad (line C).
Website: Mireille Mathieu - Concert

GinFest - Festival
GinFest - Festival
Dates: 14 March 2020
Times: 13:00-21:00
Prices: 400 CZK. No need to book, tickets are available on the day.
GinFest is an annual festival dedicated to the popular spirit. Join gin makers, who gather to share their love for the spirit and serve up samples and stories for all to enjoy. Seminars and workshops are included.
Where: Vinohradský Pavilon, Vinohradská 1200/50, Prague 2.
Travel: Tram stop: Vinohradská tržnice; Metro station: Náměstí Míru or Jiřího z Poděbrad (line A).
Website: GinFest - Festival

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St Patrick's Day in Prague
Dates: 17 March 2020
Irish bars in Prague tend to stretch the concept of St Patrick's Day a little, resulting in a St Patrick's Weekend or even a St Patrick's Week! Seek out the Irish flags, drinks promotions and the lively atmosphere.
Where: The 5 best Irish pubs in Prague are: James Joyce Irish Pub, Rocky O´Reillys Irish Bar, Caffrey's Irish Bar, Dubliner Irish Bar, McCarthy's Irish Pub & Disco.

Febiofest 2020 - Prague International Film Festival
Febiofest 2020 - Prague International Film Festival
Dates: 19 March 2020 - 27 March 2020
Febiofest is an international film festival screening the best of the past year's cinema releases. The festival focuses on feature-length films, but short, documentary, experimental and animated movies also form part of the mix. Most screenings are at Cinestar Andel.
Where: Cinestar Andel, Radlická 3179/1E, Prague 5.
Website: Febiofest 2020 - Prague International Film Festival

Dyzajn Spring Market
Dyzajn Spring Market
Dates: 21 March 2020 - 22 March 2020
Times: 10:00-19:00
Prices: Free entry.
Dyzajn is an open-air market where visitors can buy original artwork and design pieces from 180 designers, including pieces of art, jewellery and accessories, handbags, china, decorations, clothes and toys. There is also live music, creative workshops, children's theatre and fashion shows.
Where: Vaclav Havel Square, Narodni, Prague 1.
Travel: Metro station: Narodni trida (line B); Tram stop: Narodni divadlo (trams 2,9,17,18,22).
Website: Dyzajn Spring Market

Avril Lavigne - Concert
Avril Lavigne - Concert
Dates: 23 March 2020
Times: 20:00
Prices: 990 CZK-1490 CZK
Canadian singer Avril Lavigne returns to Prague after an absence of 12 years to present her new album, 'Head Above Water'.
Where: Tipsport Arena Praha, Za Elektrárnou 419, Prague 7.
Travel: Tram stop: Vystaviste; Metro station: Nádraží Holešovice (line C) and walk 800 metres.
Website: Avril Lavigne - Concert

Prague Half Marathon
Prague Half Marathon
Dates: 28 March 2020
The Prague Half Marathon winds its way through Prague's city centre, through the historic areas on both banks of the Vltava River. This is one of the fastest marathon courses on the IAAF circuit.
Where: Starts (10:00) & Finishes at Rudolfinum.
Website: Prague Half Marathon

Prague Easter Markets 2020
Prague Easter Markets 2020
Dates: 28 March 2020 - 19 April 2020
The Prague Easter Markets open daily at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, with a smaller market held at Prague Castle. Wooden huts display traditional handicrafts such as glassware, embroidered lace, jewellery and hand-painted Easter eggs, plus local food and drinks: sausages, large hams on spits, pastries, Czech beer and hot mulled wine.
Where: Old Town Square & Wenceslas Square.
Website: Prague Easter Markets 2020

Prague Castle Easter Market 2020
Prague Castle Easter Market 2020
Dates: 28 March 2020 - 27 April 2020
Times: Monday-Friday 9:00-21:00. Saturday-Sunday 9:00-22:00.
Wooden huts decorated with the colours of spring create a magical atmosphere. Browse the stalls stocked with local handicrafts, and sample traditional Czech food and drinks.
Where: In front of St. George's Basilica at Prague Castle.
Website: Prague Castle Easter Market 2020

Bonnie Tyler - Concert
Bonnie Tyler - Concert
Dates: 29 March 2020
Times: 19:00
Prices: 1090 CZK-1790 CZK
Bonnie Tyler, a music icon of the 1970's and 80's, performs for a Prague audience.
Where: Lucerna Velky Sal, Štěpánská 61, Prague 1.
Travel: Metro station: Muzeum (lines A & C), Mustek (lines A & B); Tram stop: Vaclavske namesti.
Website: Bonnie Tyler - Concert

Prague Opera, Ballet & Classical Concerts in March 2020
Prague Opera, Ballet & Classical Concerts in March 2020
Dates: 01 March 2020 - 31 March 2020
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 March 2020

Prague Theatre in March 2020
Prague Theatre in March 2020
Dates: 01 March 2020 - 31 March 2020
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 March 2020


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