The following list covers ten of the best things to do in Prague throughout the month.
We include several family-friendly, nighttime, and free activities you can enjoy, all updated for 2024.
If you’re looking for even more great ideas, make sure to check out the following posts:
1. See a Concert
Those who live in Prague are passionate about music. You can find a bit of every musical genre in the city.
- Depeche Mode | February 22nd, 24th
- Classical Concert in the Spanish Synagogue
- Mozart Ballroom Concert Ticket with 3-Course Dinner
- Lobkowicz Palace Concert
- Organ Concert in St. Francis Church
- Boccaccio Ballroom Concert and Dinner
- Let it Roll | the world's largest drum and bass festival | February 16th, 17th
Check out more ideas for things to do at night.
2. Celebrate Masopust Prague
This event is celebrated throughout the Czech Republic, with some traditions dating back over 700 years.
It's much like Mardi Gras or Carnivale and is a pre-Lenten festival taking place before Ash Wednesday.
Just like these other celebrations, you'll find parades, colorful costumes, balls, dances, special exhibitions, and more.
There are also traditional foods, alcohol, and sweets to be found both at home and in some local restaurants.
In 2024, Masopust takes place between February 8th and 14th, although celebrations often take place in the weeks leading up.
For more information on Masopust Prague events, visit here.
3. Go on a Pub Crawl
Prague has some of the best beer in the world, but unless you know what to look for, you might feel lost entering a pub or bar in this city.
If you want to familiarize yourself with the best brews and cocktails in the area, consider taking a Prague pub crawl.
Here are a few of the best options:
Check this list of pub crawls in Prague for even more options.
4. Take a Sightseeing Tour Down the River or Through Town
A popular way to see Prague is from the Vltava.
Dinner cruises are a great option for enjoying a buffet and seeing Prague lit up at night.
Another, and less expensive option is a 50-minute boat cruise during the day.
If you'd rather spend your time exploring a specific landmark, you might enjoy a guided tour of Prague Castle.
There are even some tours that are free! You can also take a pay-what-you-like walking tour of the city.
5. Visit Petrin Tower on a Snowy Day
If you're in Prague when it snows, the whole city turns into a scene out of a snow globe.
There's no better time to see all the beautiful architecture of this city than after snowfall, and there's no better place to see it all than the top of Petrin Tower.
This observation deck offers some of the best views in the city, and during a snowy day, the scenic beauty of Prague you'll see from here looks like it belongs on a postcard.
Hours are 10:00 (am) - 20:00 (8:00 pm) all week long.
Best of all, tickets to the tower area are affordable and admission is included with at least one Prague tourist pass!
6. Experience a Medieval Dinner
Krčma u Pavouka is a special restaurant with a medieval theme, so it's designed to look like it came right out of the Middle Ages.
In addition to serving period-accurate dishes, they also provide live entertainment from dancers, fire spinners, and other types of performance artists.
If you've ever wanted to experience what a meal might have looked like back in medieval times, this is an excellent opportunity.
Best of all, you can get dinner and a show with unlimited drinks for just €49!
7. Go Ice Skating in Old Town
While winter is still hanging around, you can have fun ice skating outdoors through the end of February.
In some of them, you can also rent skates if you don't have your own.
Some of the ice rink options are:
- Below Zizkov TV Tower
- Ovocny trh (behind the Estates theatre)
- Shopping Center Westfield Chodov
- Havličkovy sady (outdoors)
- Shopping Center Cerny
- Čapadlo Ice Rink
- Riegrovy sady
- Shopping Center Arkády Pankrác
- Střelecký Island
NOTE: Some free walking tours go through Old Town, so you may want to consider this activity either before or after some ice skating near the Estates Theatre.
8. Visit Charles Bridge
The oldest bridge in Prague is still a popular way for pedestrians to cross the Vltava River.
Construction began in 1357 under the orders of King Charles IV, and it has remained in use throughout its many changes and renovations.
February is the perfect time to visit since the bridge is usually packed with tourists during the summer and fall.
Not many visitors know that it is possible to climb the towers built on either end of the bridge for the equivalent of a few Euros.
For the quietest atmosphere and a great view of the city lit up at night, we suggest visiting after dark.
If you're looking for more free activities, take a look at our full post here.
9. See a Traditional Prague Black Light Theatre Performance
If you're looking for another traditional Czech experience—and one where you won't have to worry about a language barrier—take an hour to enjoy a black-light theater show.
These shows are non-verbal but still manage to evoke strong emotion and use audience participation.
Props and actors alike are covered with fluorescent glow-in-the-dark material that stands out under UV light.
10. Save Money With a Tourist Pass
No matter what you’re planning to do while visiting Prague, chances are a tourist pass will help you save a lot of money on several popular activities and attractions.
There are currently two types of pass in Prague – all-inclusive and prepackaged.
The all-inclusive pass includes admission to dozens of popular attractions for a specific amount of time (2, 3, or 4 days).
Prepackaged passes include specific attractions and tours for one flat price.
While this option is good for people who only have a few activities planned, the amount of money you save will be limited.
With an all-inclusive pass, the amount you save is determined by how much you use the pass to do – if you power through a lot of different activities each day, you could save over 50% on everything!
Here are some of the best attractions included with Prague tourist passes:
- Prague Zoo
- Prague Castle
- Old Town Hall
- Jewish Museum
- National Museum
- Petřín Observation Tower
- Astronomical Observatory
- Prague Historical Bus Tour
- Prague Venice River Cruise
- Basilica of St. Peter & St. Paul
Some tourist passes also include skip-the-line admission at certain locations, allowing you to save both time and money.
No matter which option you choose, you should be able to save at least 25% - 50% off general admission prices.
For more details about how to use these services, please read our post covering Prague tourist passes.