Enjoy skip-the-line access to Prague's Astronomical Clock and Old Town Hall Tower, a medieval tower with a striking clock that's recognized as one of the city's most beloved landmarks. Learn about the history of this fascinating horologe or timepiece, first constructed by clockmaker Nicholas of Kadaň in 1410. The clock itself boasts many unique features, including the hourly procession of the Twelve Apostles between 9am and 11am, and the moving figurines of Vanity, Greed, Death, and Lust.
Meet your tour representative in from of the Old Town Hall Tower and Astronomical Clock in Prague’s Old Town Square to pick up your pre-booked tickets. They will be holding a blue and white umbrella so that you can easily recognize them.
Then exclusive skip-the-line entry into the tower ― one of the city's most popular attractions — and explore its multiple levels.
Learn the history of this Gothic-style structure that dates back to the 1300s and get an up-close look at the horologe itself, including its hourly march of the Twelve Apostles and its distinct zodiacal ring.