Old Town Hall
Prague • Czech Republic

From: Prague Travel Guide

See also: Old Town Square Charles Bridge Kampa Island

Old Town Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
The Old Town Hall (Staromestska radnice) stands in Old Town Square and was built after 1338, there are three buildings that make up the Old Town Hall, the tower itself joins onto the building next to it which was also joined at the other end to another house.

The Old Town Hall is well known for its tower which is about 70 meters high and has on one side the Astronomical Clock which was added in 1410 and can be best viewed on the hour from the square when it springs into action. The tower contains stairs and a lift and provides excellent views from the top of the tower of Old Town Square and surrounding area.

Attraction Location Guide
The Old Town Hall is located in Prague's Old Town and can be found on the western side of the Old Town Square.