Once part of a 14th-century town hall, the remaining tower is now a modest museum. A model of the original town hall and vintage photographs from the Old Town form the bulk of its offerings, but most come here to scale the giddying 100-step staircase for a birds’-eye view of the square below. Outside at street level, look for the plaque that marks where Colonel Bolesƚaw Roja claimed power from the Austrian authorities in 1918, thus gaining Poland independence after 123 years.
Town Hall Tower
Rynek Gƚówny 1
Our Rating Neighborhood Old Town Hours Daily 10:30am–5pm; Closed Nov–Apr Transportation All trams to Old Town Phone 012/426-43-34 Prices Free Admission Web site Town Hall Tower
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