Did you know that...

The House at the Stone Bell stands on Old Town Square and was built in the 13th Century. Thanks to its unique Gothic architecture, it is one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in Prague. The building conceals hand-painted wooden ceilings and rare frescoes in the halls as well as in the two chapels. Concerts and temporary exhibitions are held here regularly.

Its facade was one of the most beautiful in Europe and demonstrates the grandeur of the city in the time of Charles IV. The name of the house - At the White (or Stone) Bell - first appears in 1417. It was derived from the stone bell, a replica of which has been preserved on the corner of the house. It was probably built as a palace for the royal family. In the basement there is a small lapidarium with preserved architectural and artistic fragments of the original building.
Source: prague.eu

TIP: While you’re in the area, don’t miss the nearby Church of Our Lady Before Týn.

Address
Staroměstské nám. 13
110 00 Praha 1
Nearest stop
BUS Staroměstské náměstí
METRO Staroměstská
Opening hours
Tue – Sun 10:00 – 20:00
Admission price list
Category
Regular admission
with the Prague Visitor Pass
Adult
200,-
Free
Student
90,-
Free
Child
50,-
Free
Free
No
Visual Arts, Exhibition, Gothic, Education, Charles IV.
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