By Megan Millisky
Prague, Czech Republic is a riveting place to visit in November. For those who love art, wander through the FRAME Comics Art Festival or the 1989 Photographic Exhibition. Explore a Lego Exhibit with over 30 models of historic Czechian buildings. Or grab a fresh bite to eat on World Vegan Day! Read about 10 ways to explore Prague this November.
1. 1989: Fall of the Iron Curtain - Photographic Exhibition
Through November 30, enjoy a free photography exhibition. Head to Queen Anne’s Summer Palace to see this photo exhibition covering 1989, the year the Iron Curtain fell. There will be works from about 70 Czech, Slovak, and Eastern European photographers displayed at this event.
2. Lego Exhibit
Kids and adults will both love this exhibit! Discover Lego replicas of some of the most famous Czech buildings, such as the National Museum, St. Vitus Cathedral, and Karlštejn. There are 30 huge models to explore. You can even play Grim’s Gang: The Stolen Crown, an interactive game. Don’t miss all the Lego fun at this exhibit!
3. FRAME Prague Comics Art Festival
November 2-3, attend the FRAME Festival! You can discover comics, zines, and illustrations. Admission is free, and you can see exhibitions, presentations, interviews, and much more. Don’t miss all the excitement at FRAME!
Address: Old Town, 110 00 Prague 1, Czechia
4. Imagination Festival
Jam out to this year’s coolest electronic music. There are two stages equipped with unique audiovisual aids. Imagination Festival has been called the “indoor party of the year,” so don’t miss out! November 22, join the party.
5. World Vegan Day
November 3, celebrate one of the fastest-growing dietary movements in the world. This festival has been celebrated since 1994. You can explore the fresh foods at the vegan marketplace or attend at talk about the benefits of veganism.
6. Four Seasons by Vivaldi
Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague performs Four Seasons, the famous Vivaldi composition. The piece celebrates each season of the year. Casual dress is allowed and children under 10 can enjoy the performance for free.
7. Nouvelle Prague Showcase Festival
November 8-9, Nouvelle Prague opens its doors to music fans from all over the world. Professional musicians and music lovers gather to enjoy workshops, conferences, and live performances. The showcase takes place at various venues around Prague.
Address: Prague, Praha, Czechia
8. Jewelry Fest Prague
Check out watches, bracelets, earrings, and much more at this jewelry extravaganza. The festival features everyday jewelry as well as designer jewels. The fest takes place on November 16, and admission is free.
9. Prague Dog Expo
Discover everything you ever dreamed of for your dog - all in one place! November 30-December 1, shop for pet food, accessories, or apparel. Or learn about pet breeding or grooming. You can even pick up some snacks for your furry best friend.
10. Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day
Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day is the most important Czech holiday. If you’re in Prague on November 17, celebrate the end of what was Czechoslovakia. Honor this holiday by attending a beautiful candle-lighting and wreath-laying ceremony. There are also parades that wind through the streets of Prague.