Old Town’s ancient town hall was established in 1338 after the agreement with King John of Luxemburg to set up a town council. It was not built as an integral whole. The Old Town Hall is actually a row of houses adapted over the centuries by the council as the …Read More »
Old Town Hall
The Old Town Hall (Staroměstská radnice) is a curious amalgamation of buildings in different architectural styles – its earliest elements date from the 14th century – and expanded as Prague grew in importance. The town hall was badly damaged in World War II and was rebuilt over many years. Its tower is 69.5m high and worth the climb for splendid views.
Location: Old Town Square
Open: Mon 11am-5pm; Tue to Sun 9am-5pm
Admission: 50 CZK, reduced 40 CZK.