- Ticket Price: Free
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Five stars. The tour was nice and quick. But the library was breath taking. The view from the top of the tower was also really nice. There are a lot of steps to go up. There is an elevator for those who can't take the steps, however it doesn't go all the way up. And the last flight of stairs is very steep, technically it's a ladder. .
The Baroque Library is absolutely stunning and the view from the tower is great too. Only accessible with a guided tour which takes roughly an hour. There are approximately 20 people on the tour which is too much. All rooms we went into were very crowded as a result. The guide we had spoke English well but couldn't seem to answer any questions outside of his script. Visitors are not allowed to go into the library (which they don't tell you before!) so that was a bit of a letdown. I would've loved to learn more about the books there but the tour felt quite rushed as the guide spoke very quickly. Overall a good experience and definitely awe inspiring to see such an old library but I kind of expected a little more of the tour. Still would recommend it though :)
Such a great place, this doesn’t have a lot of attention by tourists and it’s right in the middle of the touristy old town area which is a surprise that it hasn’t really been discovered. The tour itself is t expensive and as a family of four adults we took a family ticket which worked out cheaper. The tour was focussed on the history of astronomy and the library we count actually walk into but the room was beautiful !!! The highlight was walking up to the top of the towers which we weren’t expecting to then walk out on the deck and our tour group was right at sunset so we were a small group taking photos of this amazing sunset across the Prague skyline and our guide wasn’t even rushing us !!!! A great experience that was totally unexpected but very worthwhile !!! :)
Simply stunning. Old and steeped in history, this beautiful library does not disappoint. Unfortunately photography is not allowed in there which is a shame but understandable from a preservation point of view. There is a long climb to the top of the tower to get spectacular views of the city. If you get the chance, go see it - it's worth every second!
Worth a visit... Absolutely Ticket situation... Crazy Firstly, yes you really must make time (40 minutes) for a visit here. Amazing history, great talk from the guide and amazing views from the top of the tower. There is very limited access to the Baroque Library and you aren’t allowed to take photos either. Everywhere else you are free to take photos. There are a number of original pieces of astronomy equipment from the time of Johannes Kepler. Be warned that there are 172 steps to the top of the tower and most of these are on a very tight spiral staircase. The ones that aren’t are on old uneven wooden stairs from 1722, not surprisingly the consideration to health and safety is next to none. At the time we were there the lift was not working so this is only for someone with fairly good fitness and mobility. So with all that out of the way, yes, you really should go. Now to the tickets... There is nowhere online you can buy tickets, you must go to the ticket office at the entrance to the museum. There will probably be a queue, this may be people waiting to buy tickets or people queuing for the next session. With a 25 person limit for each session these sell out quickly. We got there at 10:00 (when they open) and the next available time was 13:30 all the earlier ones had been sold the previous day.