Old Town Hall Tower
Almost 70 metres high massive prismatic tower, dating from the 14th century, is the dominant feature of the Old Town Hall and indeed the entire square. The tower´s viewing gallery offers beautiful views of the city; it is possible to see Týn Cathedral or Saint Nicolas´Church, while you can also admire Prague Castle in the distance or be astonished by the multitude of towers, spires and domes arrayed in Prague´s diverse architecture. The Town Hall tower is the only medieval tower in Prague to be completely wheelchair accessible.
- January – December
- 11.00 – 22.00
- Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
- 09.00 – 22.00
- basic 250 CZK
- reduced 150 CZK
- family 500 CZK
The entrance fee includes also the entry to the Old Town Hall's underground, historical halls and the Chapel of the Virgin Mary.
- the panoramic gallery is at a height of 41 m
- wheelchair accessibility – the lift is available from the basement to the 3rd floor – then, use a mobile platform and the second lift takes you to the panoramic gallery (capacity: 10 persons)
Book a guided tour of the Old Town Hall for a group of people.
Get mobile tickets at a reduced price which entitle you to visit the Old Town Hall.
Information source: Prague City Tourism