Tower Park has a unique location in the center of Prague and it is a popular attraction not only for the inhabitants of Prague and the Czech Republic, but also foreign tourists. This dominant and highest building metropolis offers a unique 360° prospect with thematically capsules, restaurant, bistro, bar and six-suite.
Thanks to the reconstruction in 2011/2012, all premises are developed to a distinct style which will impress you with their unique design. With its 216 meters it is not only the tallest building in Prague, but also the tallest tower and the highest viewing platform in the Czech Republic.
Since 2000, the babies have become a characteristic part of the tower, namely Ten Giant Babies Climbing the Tower Up and Down. The fiberglass sculptures called Miminka (Babies) were originally placed there only temporarily, but they became so popular that they were permanently installed on the tower. To take a closer look at the babies, you can find three of them in Prague’s Kampa Park, with the only difference being that the material used is bronze.
The Babies are the work of the internationally acclaimed Czech artist David Černý, who is known for his provocative and controversial pieces of art. Among his well known works include Entropa, which was placed on the building of the EU Council headquarters in 2009 when the Czech Republic chaired the Council of the European Union.
The observatory floor consists of three cabins: Golden Prague, Echoes of Prague, Paintings of Prague.
In addition to the amazing view, you can also experience interactive entertainment in the form of suspension seats with sound, ie. bubble chairs or videos representing Prague and the whole Czech Republic.
In these tubes there are situated three cabins, the first at a height of 66 meters, the next one is the Observation cabin at a height of 93 meters and the highest located is the broadcast technology cabin. The base of the building is located at a depth of 15 meters below the surface. The tubes of the tower reach a height of 134 meters.
Get to know the capital city and the whole country even closer. Information monitors in this capsule will acquaint you with the most important events, with statistics or even architecture.
Sit in a comfortable hanging chairs resembling bubbles, close your eyes and listen to the sounds typical for Prague. This room is ideal for rest and relaxation.
Relax in the gently bobbing bubble and listen to the sound of Prague – noise weir on the river Vltava, birds singing in Stromovka version Astronomical Clock on Old Town Square, mingling with the clatter just approaching carriage with horses.
The entire floor is located at a height of 66 meters and is intended as a rest area, relaxation and above all, to enjoy first class meals. The restaurant offers modern Czech cuisine, the Bistro offers snacks and the Lounge invites you to relax and enjoy cocktails.
Their philosophy is to use the best local products and offer seasonal dishes that will satisfy every visitor. They provide traditional Czech food, and also regional cuisine seasoned with a creative touch of our modern times. In addition to their fresh meals is a selection of Czech and Moravian wines and Czech beer.
The Bistro is primarily designed for those who are looking for a snack in the form of tasty sandwiches, tempting desserts, good coffee, fresh salads and much more.
The Lounge with its modern designed furniture, is ideal for business meetings or meeting over a cup of excellent coffee during the day, and also the perfect place to go in the evening with friends for a delicious cocktail while listening to great music.