Old Town Hall Lookout Tower

The proud Renaissance building of the old Town Hall was built between 1554 and 1559 by Matteo Borgorelli, an Italian architect. The tower offers superb views of the surroundings of Mladá Boleslav.

The Renaissance building was designed by Matteo Borgorelli, an Italian architect. The most distinctive feature is the decorative sgraffito facade that depicts evangelists and saints, including the patron of the Czech lands, St. Wenceslas. The stucco cassette ceiling supported by the only central column of Tuscan style in the meeting room on the first floor is considered a truly unique example of architectural craft and skill. The room is open to the public only for special occasions. In the 18th century, the Town Hall was completed with a tower in the Baroque style that is now accessible to tourists as the one and only lookout point for bird's-eye views of interesting places in the region of Mladá Boleslav and its wide surroundings.

The gallery, under the onion-shaped helmet, is equipped with binoculars. At all sides of the rectangular gallery, there are tables showing all dominant buildings and and natural formations that one can see and identify from the tower.

Municipal Gallery is situated in the building of the Town Hall. There is a same entrance and admission to the Municipal Gallery and the observation tower. The entrance is in the arcade under the tower of the Town Hall.

Address:Staroměstské náměstí 69, Mladá Boleslav, 293 01
Phone:+420 605 826 988
+420 326 716 109

Opening hours

all months Tu - Th 13:00 - 17:00 open
Fr - Su 10:00 - 17:00 open

Entrance fee

Full entrance fee:40,00 CZK
Children's tickets:30,00 CZK for children up to 15 years
Senior admission:15,00 CZK
Services and facilities
Cycle parking