Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague

Black Light Adventure Mini Golf


Golf under the neon glow in Prague

As the city's first black light mini golf course, Prague Golf & Games’ Black Light Adventure Mini Golf is a great family activity that offers a fun and educational experience for all ages. This spacious indoor mini golf course is illuminated with special ultraviolet lights that cause highlighted features to glow in dazzling neon colors, creating a magical golfing experience for young and old alike.

Become a UV painter

Balls and putters are provided, and refreshments are available to buy on site, making black light golfing a brilliant option for family days out, parties, couples or groups of friends looking for a unique experience in the Czech capital. Whether you are an experienced golfer looking to try something a bit different, or a complete beginner just looking for a good time, the Black Light Adventure Mini Golf is sure to entertain. What's more, when you are finished golfing you can have a go at painting your own glowing neon masterpiece using UV paints in the interactive room.
 

Making Czech history fluorescent

To make things even more intriguing, each of Prague Golf & Games’ 18 holes depicts a famous character or story from Czech history, or a national monument in the city itself – making this a fantastic introduction to the capital's rich, eventful past.

Hit a ball across the Charles Bridge or through the legs of a hockey goalie, and pick up interesting facts about everything from Mozart to the city's tram system. It's sure to capture the imagination of younger visitors, and even older golfers will enjoy some of the challenging holes. The course itself is located in a historic building, a former print shop and warehouse that once housed one of the Czech Republic's largest publishing companies. It's only about a ten-minute walk from the Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel in Prague, or an even shorter drive, and our helpful staff can help you with directions.
 

Check out the Escape Games

Prague Golf & Games is open 7 days a week but make sure to check their website for updated opening hours. Bookings aren't normally required, although you may wish to double check on their website or Facebook page that the course is not closed for a private event on the day you plan to visit. If you are feeling especially adventurous you may also want to check out their various Escape Games, placing you in mysterious historical settings like 1970’s communist Czechoslovakia.