Enjoy the city in spring colours from atop the Old Town Hall tower!
It takes 173 steps to get to the top of the 63-metre tower. While catching a breath, take a look at the clockwork or an exhibition about the history of the town hall.
The Old Town Hall is the oldest and longest-serving landmark in downtown Brno. It is associated with numerous legends, e.g. of the creator of the Gothic portal Anton Pilgram, the “Brno dragon” or “Brno wheel”.
Tickets can be purchased in the information centre “under the crocodile” for CZK 70/40.
The opening hours during Easter are 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., with the last visitors admitted at 5:30 p.m.
When the event takes place
Vstupenky (70/40 Kč) zakoupíte v informačním centru “pod krokodýlem”.
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Interesting places nearby
Vegetable Market (Zelný trh)
Historical marketplace with a fountain, statue, and theatres
Dominican Square (Dominikánské náměstí)
Square contains New Town Hall and Church of St Michael
Cathedral of St Peter and Paul
Cathedral dominating the city from atop Petrov Hill
Masarykova connects Nádražní Street with Liberty Square
Tourist Information – Panenská Street
An information centre in the Domini Park parking structure
Capuchin Square (Kapucínské náměstí)
Located just around the corner from Brno’s main station