Dating from the 13th century, the Poznan Town Hall is one of the most historic buildings in the Polish city.
The building today is the city's local history museum, but is also worth visiting for its architecture, especially the Renaissance style Great Hall, with its coats of arms, and representations of planets and animals. Other unique items here include a 17th century Venetian globe, and the 3rd and 4th century busts of several Roman emperors.
The building's exterior is equally impressive, and features a three floor gallery with ornate decorations, although the highlight is the display of mechanical goats butting heads in the clock tower, daily at noon.Places nearby:
Imperial Castle: A Monumental Edifice That Once Housed The German Emperor 1 km / 0 mi
Park Cytadela: Largest Park in Poznan 1 km / 0 mi
Gingerbread Museum: Torun's Charming Food Attraction 130 km / 81 mi
Rynek (Market Square), Wroclaw: The ancient market square built in recent times! 144 km / 89 mi
Wroclaw fountain: Poland’s Center Of Spectacular Water Shows 144 km / 89 mi