This post contains our top 10 list for activities, events, free things to do, family-friendly attractions, and activities for after dark if you’re in Prague during November 2019.
This top 10 list lists big concerts, sports, theatre, tours, free activities, and other events to attend in Prague during November.
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Who isn’t a fan of live music? Prague has a great selection of music venues of all sizes, which means there are frequently some internationally touring artists coming through town.
You’ll see a few big names in November.
If you’re a fan of classical music, there will be a Beethoven Symphony performance at O2 Universum on November 13, 2019.
Find all of Prague’s live concerts here.
Check out more ideas for things to do at night.
November is a great month for catching the winter sports. Prague has both hockey and football (soccer) teams that are playing home games!
FMX Gladiator Games
These games will all be fun for the whole family! Fans of extreme sports and motorbike competitions will also enjoy the FMX Gladiator Games.
You can see all the sporting events here.
Check out more kid-friendly activities here.
Blacklight theatre, and telling stories through visuals and body language, has become a staple in Prague’s theatre community.
These performances are great for audiences of all ages and nationalities, as they are nonverbal and therefore without a language barrier.
IMAGE Blacklight Theatre is one of the main spaces presenting this type of entertainment.
There will be multiple performances throughout the month of November.
You can purchase tickets online or at the box office daily. Prices are 580 CZK for adults, 400 CZK for children, and a 2 adult + 2 child ticket is 1740 CZK.
You can find all theatre performances here.
November means colder weather, more layers, and searching out some warm comfort food. Czech cuisine can definitely deliver on that last point.
Find a local pub for some delicious roasted pork, locally known as vepro knedlo zelo, or cesnecka – garlic soup topped with a raw egg.
If you’re in Prague at the end of November, be sure to check out the warm, sweet treats on sale at the Christmas markets.
One of the easiest ways of learning all about the city and its history is by taking a sightseeing tour. That is why the hop-on-hop-off bus tours of Prague are such a popular option.
While it does get chilly at night, the wintry atmosphere of November makes this Ghost and Legends tour of Old Town perfectly spooky!
It isn’t quite Christmastime, but the Christmas Market at Prague Castle opens on November 23, 2019, and runs through the first week of January 2020.
And if you’re in town the last weekend of the month, the rest of the city’s Christmas Markets will open for business then, too.
You’ll be able to find the two main spaces in the Castle market.
One holds the food and beverage vendors – we recommend trying the warm mead or hot chocolate to keep fend off the cold temperatures as you browse the other stalls of handmade souvenirs and festive decorations.
If you want to learn all about all of Prague’s Christmas markets, this article will give you a full rundown.
Whether you’re a whisky connoisseur or simply curious, the Whisky Life! Festival is a perfect way to learn more and appreciate this spirit. Food vendors will be onsite so you won’t go hungry as you sample all the spirits and cigars.
Each ticket comes with a whisky tasting glass, as well as a brochure for note-taking.
There will also be plenty of live music and dance performances, kilts, and bagpipes to keep attendees entertained.
TIP: If you arrive wearing a kilt, you’ll receive a free shot of whisky.
If you’re looking for more things to do at night, read our full post on things to do at night.
From September through November 30, 2019, you can see an impressive photographic exhibition covering the 1989 Fall of the Iron Curtain in Central Europe.
The exhibit is on display at Prague Castle and is free to view from 10:00 am – 18:00 (6:00 pm). The photos are from multiple photographers who were front and center for these events 30 years ago.
You can also see all the permanent exhibits for free at the National Gallery during the bank holiday on November 17, 2019. This means the museum might be a bit more crowded than usual, so we recommend going close to opening.
Check out more free things to do in our full post on Prague’s free activities and attractions.
The equestrian showjumping championship is coming to Prague from November 21 – 24, 2019. International horse and rider teams compete over 4 days to see who can jump the highest, fastest, and without knocking down any rails.
As each day goes by, there will be fewer competitors with higher stakes.
It is an indoor event in the O2 Arena, so you’ll be nice and warm while watching the teams compete.
You’ll also be able to find food vendors for snacks and beverages, as well as some merchandise vendors.
Ticket prices range from 290 CZK in the cheapest seats on Thursday evening to 2190 CZK in the premium seats on Sunday.
A tourist pass will allow you to save 50% or more by bundling admission fees to multiple attractions and paying for just one pass.
If you’re planning on seeing two or three paid attractions, it will be worth it to look into utilizing one of these passes! Some included tickets will even let you skip the line at attraction entrances.
Attractions Included in Select Passes:
Find our full attraction discount pass comparison here.