Compare Prices for Attraction Tickets, Tours, and Activities from Different Websites | TicketLens
Prague Astronomical Clock | Ticket & Tours Price Comparison

Prague Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock (also known as the Prague Orloj) is one of the most famous sites in Prague. The clock was installed in 1410, so it’s the oldest clock in the world still working today, as well as being both beautiful and complicated! The clock shows the time, the date, astronomical cycles, and the position of celestial bodies, so it’s tricky to read without help. It’s also the center of several myths and legends set in the Czech capital, take a tour with an expert guide to learn more!
Select a date to find available tickets, tours & activities:


ticket cut left
ticket cut right

Prague: Old Town Hall & Astronomical Clock Entrance Ticket

4.2starstarstarstarstar empty(499)
See Prague's oldest town hall. Visit the Gothic chapel and the historical staterooms, get a peek at the inner mechanism of the astronomical clock, and descend into the extensive underground space below the Old Town Hall building.
ticket cut left
ticket cut right

Prague astronomical clock tower skip-the-line tickets

4.2starstarstarstarstar empty(13)
Skip-the-line to the Astronomical Clock Tower in Prague. Get a short introduction to the history, significance, and meaning of this remarkable piece of medieval engineering, and simply admire the famous 600-year-old astronomical clock.
on 2 websites

Guided Tours

ticket cut left
ticket cut right

Prague 3-Hour Tour with Astronomical Clock Admission

4.7starstarstarstarstar half(129)
Explore Prague’a stunning Old Town Square on a tour that includes admission to the Astronomical Clock Tower. Take in the extraordinary views over the city from the Tower. Continue on to the New Town and hear about more than 10 centuries of Czech history.
on 3 websites
ticket cut left
ticket cut right

Prague Walking Tour of Old Town, Charles Bridge and Prague Castle

Enjoy this 3-hour walking tour of Prague and let your guide take you to the Astronomical Clock in Prague's Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, the Church of St. Nicholas and much more.
on 2 websites
ticket cut left
ticket cut right

Prague Grand City Tour

4.0starstarstarstarstar empty(678)
During the grand sightseeing tour you will be given all of the basic information about Golden Prague's historical monuments.
on 2 websites

General Information

Opening Hours:

The Prague Astronomical clock strikes the hour every day from 9 am to 11 pm.


You don’t need a ticket to watch the clock striking, but it is advised to arrive early to get a good spot to see. Tickets are available to see the inner workings of the clock.


Astronomical Clock
Staroměstské náměstí 1
110 00 Prague 1

How to get there:

The Prague Astronomical Clock can be easily reached by public transport to Staromestska, which is served by metro line A and tram numbers 2, 17, and 18. There is limited parking available in the Old Town, so it isn’t recommended that visitors drive.
How useful was this page?
Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0.
© 2018-2019 Ulmon GmbH. All rights reserved. Made with love in Vienna.