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Stefanik Observatory, Prague

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Observatory
Look into the depths of space at Stefanik Observatory. The enthusiastic staff will lead you through a learning journey where you'll take a close-up look at the sun and experiment with different levels of light. While you are there, make sure to experience the meteorite exhibit and inspect the old science equipment on display. If you're coming in a group, give advance notice and the staff can arrange an English-language viewing of a show on the universe. Take a look at our Prague trip itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Stefanik Observatory and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We were encouraged to enter by a member of staff, so we discovered it by coincidence. It cost about 4 EURO for a family, great value! The exhibition inside was interesting and in English, but the high...  more »
  • We happened by the observatory while strolling through the wonderful Petrin Gardens. We were warmly welcomed and encouraged to visit this most exceptional attraction. The guide gave us a most informat...  more »
  • When taking the vernacular up, we came across Stefanik Observatory. After paying a small fee, we entered the amazingly old and working observatory. You had some 'museum' parts where you could read and...  more »
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  • A perfect place to get in touch with astronomy and physics. A great exhibition and a few hands-on experiments. The friendly guides are happy to answer all questions which may arise.
  • Opens at 1400-2100 on weekday and 1000-2100 on weekend. I did not manage to get in but it looked interesting from outside. Came here early in morning during my run. Marking down as things to do in future.
  • Very nice place to visit, it is really worth to visit with family. they let you to watch the Sun or the moon also thy will explain some ontrestibg scientific staff
  • A nice observatory in a serene park. Don't know if it's open to the public - it was closed when I was there.
  • Popular place to learn something about space. Check out the tours, sometimes there are open days.