On Sunday, October 28, the Open House Praha will be held at Klementinum. Free tours will start every 15 minutes from 09:00 to 16:30.
The tour takes about 50 minutes and is always guided, with a maximum of 22 people per tour.
Visitors will see the richly decorated Křižovnická corridor, the main reading room, the famous Mirror chapel – with its richly designed interior and unique installation of mirrors where classical music concerts take place regularly – and other historical rooms. The organizers are paying special attention to the Mathematical Hall, which has been under reconstruction for a long time.
The extensive grounds of the Clementinum, one of the largest building complexes in Europe, were built from the mid-16th century to the mid-18th century, originally as a Jesuit dormitory. In its Astronomical Tower, meteorological measurements have been collected since 1775.
Klementinum is situated next to the Charles Bridge, right in the historical center of Prague. Klementinum, built on an area of 2 hectares, is one of the largest building complexes in Europe.
Address: Mariánské náměstí 5, Prague 1- Staré Město