Observation Tower Hýlačka

Rozhledna Svobody (Liberty Observation Tower), named Hýlačka after the hilltop whose height is 525 metres above sea level, took its shape after a Hussite tower above Větrovy hamlet and was designed by professor and doctor Theodor Petřík. On January 1, 2012, a wildfire broke out and the entire building was destroyed. The new observation tower has a lookout platform that is 25m high (circular lookout). You have to climb 136 stairs to get to the lookout. The full height of the tower is 35.6m.


Opening time

June-August

daily 9.00-20.00

September

daily 9.00-18.00

October-March

daily 9.00-16.00

April-May

daily 9.00-18.00


Its opening hours are subject to change. The observation tower is closed outside the opening hours.

It is forbidden to enter the tower during foggy weather, ice/snow on the stairs, strong wind, heavy rain and storms.


Tickets

20 CZK / person

The entrance to the tower is through a turnstile; use coins or CZK 100/200 banknotes to pay.


Contact

Větrovy, Tábor 390 01

+420 381 278 031

www.kct-tabor.cz

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