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  • The oldest functioning secular building in Brno

  • Information centre, gallery, and historical halls

  • Features Brno’s fabled bent turret and ‘dragon’

A significant historical building in the centre of Brno

Today, the Old Town Hall serves mainly cultural purposes, as it houses a gallery, an information centre, and a permanent exhibition on its history. In summer, you can visit its historical halls and climb up the 63-metre tower to enjoy an impressive view of Brno from the top. The courtyard serves as a venue for various concerts, festivals, theatre performances, and film screenings.

Enter its arched passage through the portal beneath the legendary Late Gothic turret by sculptor Anton Pilgram. In the passage, you can see two items from other famous Brno legends: a crocodile, also called the Brno dragon, and a wheel. The courtyard beyond, with Renaissance arcades from the end of the 16th century, was built by Italian designers, and later modifications are the result of its Early Baroque renovations. The Old Town Hall served its original purpose until 1935 when the authorities moved to Nová radnice (the New Town Hall) located at Dominikánské náměstí (Dominican Square).

Opening hours

April – October
daily 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Nowember
Friday – Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,

no admission after 5:30 p.m

Entrance fee

FullCZK 60
Students, seniorsCZK 30
Children under 15CZK 30
Children under 6free
Family packageCZK 120
CamcorderCZK 30
Use of camerasfree
Journalists (valid PRESS ID must be submitted)free

Address and contact

Radnická 8
60200 Brno

+420 542 427 150
info@ticbrno.cz

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