Open day

On the Open Day - Saturday 26th March, teachers and others from the professional educational community have the possibility to attend the festival. Visitors will have access to all elements of the festival, being able to explore the fair and attend talks, presentations and workshops, for free.
Prior registration and compliance with epidemiological measures is mandatory. Please note that refreshment is not secured for the Open Day visitors, however the fair is located right next to the shopping center Fenix with a wide range of fast foods and restaurants. There is even the possibility of parking in the shopping center, which is free for 5 hours during the weekends.


The Open day will be open to the professional educational community in TWO VISITING SLOTS:

9:30 AM - 1:00 PM and 1:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Saturday 26th March, 2022

You can visit the festival during one of these slots only, not during both.


Registration starts on 1st of March 2022.

The registration link will be available at this page.


Festival Ambassador

The festival ambassador, professor RNDr. Miloslav Druckmüller, CSc. will have a presentation about his recent expedition to Antarctica in the morning slot. Professor Miloslav Druckmüller is a Czech mathematician and university teacher. He became world-famous for solar corona images taken during total solar eclipses. These photographs have been published in many prestigious periodicals and are part of a number of scientific publications and articles. Some of the professor's algorithms are commonly used today to process images from space probes that observe the Sun. Professor Druckmüller conducts scientific research in cooperation with the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Hawaii. He has participated in many international expeditions to solar eclipses around the world and is the author or co-author of more than 50 scientific papers in this field. He is also tirelessly popularizing science, especially astronomy.

In the evening, the documentary movie Helios will be projected from 5:00 PM, followed by a short discussion with professor Druckmüller until 6:30 PM. The capacity is limited, so a prior registration via Eventee (only for participants registered for the afternoon slot) is mandatory.



The fair will be moderated by Dr. Michael Londesborough, Ph.D. and by Mgr. Vladimír Kořen.

Michael is a British scientist working at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He studied chemistry at the University of Leeds. Michael cooperates with the British Council, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Television (public service broadcaster) and the National Technical Museum. He’s dedicated to making science accessible to the general public, teaching young people and strengthening international relations among young scientists.
Vladimír is a Czech television publicist, moderator and primary school teacher. He was the mayor of Říčany in the district of Prague-East from 2010 to 2020. He has profiled himself on Czech Television as a popularizer of science and the environment, for which he received the scientific award “Česká hlava” (Czech Head). Among other things, he has been the moderator of the Czech entertainment program Wonders of Nature since 2009.


The festival is not suitable for the general public and children.