The 15 best things to do in Prague this weekend: Easter 2024 edition

This long holiday weekend, surround yourself with festive symphonies, family egg hunts, and a traditional Easter brunch.

Anica Mancinone Staff

Written by Anica Staff Published on 28.03.2024 15:07:00 (updated on 28.03.2024) Reading time: 3 minutes


Revel in musical celebrations this weekend, kicking off with Piano Day at the Mirror Chapel of Prague's Clementine on March 28. British multi-instrumentalist Alexandra Hamilton-Ayres and classical musician Mikuláš Tichý will perform.

The festive Easter spirit will abound in Prague’s Rudolfinum for the Easter Concert on each evening from March 29 to April 1, where some of the most iconic pieces of classical music, such as Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (Spring and Summer) will be performed amidst Neo-Renaissance architecture.

On March 31, experience more classical music in the grand acoustic space of St. James Basilica in Old Prague, with the organ taking center stage.


An Easter tradition in Prague, there are no shortage of brunches around town this weekend. Augustine Restaurant's Sunday brunch has returned, and on March 31 will include face painting and an Easter Egg hunt for kids along with classical folklore music.

Brasserie The Julius offers a new brunch on March 31 with seasonal specialties and Easter classics, including lamb, curated by Executive Chef Milan Dolejš, and carving stations featuring beef neck and roast chicken and oysters, prawns, and mussels.


The amusement park Majaland at POP Airport is holding easter workshops and activities for children from March 28 to April 1, with an Easter Show, gingerbread house decorating, and other crafts. The Dinosauria Museum Prague, also at POP Airport, will host guided tours and ‘dinosaur tracking’ activities.

Spend Good Friday at the Prague Zoo, where a treasure hunt will be held throughout the day for children and families. Guided feedings will also be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

On March 29, enjoy the gorgeous landscapes of Průhonicky Park for its newly opened season and Czech fairytales. For the first time ever, newly renovated buildings and exhibits will be open to explore, while the 2 p.m. Princess Chocolate show and Fairytale Průhonický Park game will be prepared for children each day.

Head to the Karel Zeman Museum from March 29-31 to spend the Easter weekend travelling through a mystical space map, decorating Easter eggs, and exploring the outdoor station.

Book tickets at Manifesto Andel for their Brunch & Beats Easter Egg Hunt event on March 31. Animators from ANIMOS will host activities for children, including an Easter egg hunt, while a special brunch menu and bottomless cocktails will provide something for the parents.


Take an Easter day trip to one of the many castles near Prague, now open for tours and exploration. Visit Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s beloved hunting lodge at Konopiště Castle, wander through UNESCO World Heritage List gardens at Průhonice Castle, and more.


While most of the main Easter markets in Prague will remain open until early April, venture to a lesser-known market at Mariánské Square over the weekend for workshops and performances from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m daily.


Peruse the work of well-known artists such as Karel Čapek, Josef Sudek, and Otto Gutfreund at the Prague City Gallery (GHMP) New Realisms exhibit, offering a perspective on the interwar era of Czechoslovakia and beyond. The exhibition is open March 27 to August 25.

Kino Atlas is offering screenings of the films Holy Grail and Life of Brian across the weekend from March 29-30. Immerse yourself in the cult films and legendary comedy on the big screen.

Attend an English-friendly theatre production, The Servant of Two Masters, at New Visions Theater on March 30 for a performance of the timeless classic inspired by commedia dell'arte.

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