The John Lennon Wall is a wall in Prague dedicated to the musician who became a pacifist hero to many of Czechia’s youth.
Since the 1980s, visitors and graffiti artists decorate the wall with John Lennon-inspired protest text, images, and lyrics. Authorities have painted over the wall numerous times, trying to cover the political graffiti, but it got covered over and over. Eventually, they gave up, and the wall has become a living canvas of political messages aimed at Czechia’s government.
Although the wall attracts many visitors and is a featured stop on many tours, you won’t spend more than a few minutes here. Still, it’s worth a visit as part of the tour to the area’s more familiar attractions, such as the Charles Bridge.
Czechia (Czech Republic)
Less than an hour
Accessibility Level – High
Czech koruna (Kč)
John Lennon Wall, Malá Strana, Prague 1, Czechia
Czech (official) and English
Teens, Adults, Seniors
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