A family break to the Czech capital means interactive museums, parks full of activities and sweet treats for children – and an abundance of cheap beer for the parents

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Museum fans are in luck, as Prague has more than 60 to choose from. Older kids will get a lot out of a visit to the Jewish Museum in Prague (adults £11.50, children £7.60, under 6s free, family ticket from £30), while younger kids will enjoy the city’s smaller, hands-on offerings. A trip to the Karel Zeman Museum (adults £8.60, under 15s £5.50, family £17), close to the Charles Bridge, is a good choice because it showcases the work of the pioneering Czech film director with plenty of interactive elements. Visitors can explore the strange science-fiction worlds inside the museum and then track down the equally surprising artworks on nearby Kampa Island, some by celebrated Czech artist David Černý.

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Source: The Guardian

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