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Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock

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National Museum

Both Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock and National Museum are highly recommended by those who travel for a living. Overall, Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock ranks significantly better than National Museum. Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock has a TripExpert Score of 95 with recommendations from 6 reviewers including Frommer's, Fodor's and Afar Magazine.

Both Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock and National Museum are highly recommended by those who travel for a living. Overall, Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock ranks significantly better than National Museum. Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock has a TripExpert Score of 95 with recommendations from 6 reviewers including Frommer's, Fodor's and Afar Magazine.

tripexpert score
97
#1 in Prague
location

Staromestske namesti 1, Prague 110 00 , Czech Republic

endorsements
  • 9 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's Tick Choice

    This is a center of Prague life for tourists and locals alike. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 33

    Crowds congregate in front of Old Town Hall's Astronomical Clock (Orloj) to watch the glockenspiel spectacle that occurs hourly from 8am to 8pm. Full Review →

  • 2

    Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

    A hotchpotch of medieval buildings acquired piecemeal over the centuries, presided over by a tall Gothic tower with a splendid Astronomical Clock. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 55

    A powerful symbol of the magic of Prague, the clock represents the passing of time and life Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 55

    A powerful symbol of the magic of Prague, the clock represents the passing of time and life. Full Review →

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85
#16 in Prague

Vaclavske Namesti 68, Praha 1, New Town (Nove Mesto), Prague, Czech Republic

  • 5 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's

    Housed in a grandiose neo-Renaissance structure at the top of Wenceslas Square, the National Museum was built between 1885 to 1890 as a symbol of the Czech national revival. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 35

    The National Museum, dominating upper Wenceslas Square (Václavské námestí), looks so much like an important government building that it even fooled the Soviet soldiers. Full Review →

  • 2

    Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

    Looming above Wenceslas Square is the neo-Renaissance bulk of the National Museum, designed in the 1880s by Josef Schulz as an architectural symbol of the Czech National Revival. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 53

    The Museum's imposing 104-metre-long facade stands opposite Wenceslas Square. Full Review →

  • 9

    Time Out

    Built between 1885 and 1890, this neo-Renaissance palace is covered in decades of grime and the street graffiti that has become common in Prague since the Velvet Revolution. Full Review →

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