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Mirror Maze is a favourite spot for children and adults alike. From the outside, this building resembles a small castle, but inside, instead of a labyrinth with mysterious stone hallways, you’ll find one made of mirrors.

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  • Mirror Maze (Petřín Hill)
  • Mirror Maze (Petřín Hill) source: Prague City Tourism
  • Diorama of the battle of the Praguers against the Swedes at Charles Bridge in 1648 source: Prague City Tourism
  • Mirror Maze (Petřín Hill)

The Mirror Maze was built according to a project of architect Wiehl as a pavilion of the Czech Tourists Club at Prague Jubilee exhibition in 1891. It is an imitation of the Gothic gate at Vyšehrad named Peak (Špička), built in the 14th century by Charles IV and topped by nine spires.

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Lesser Town, Petřín Hill, Prague

Suggested Duration: one hour trip

Getting there
Malostranská (Prague Metro LINE A) 769 m
Anděl (Prague Metro LINE B) 931 m
Public Toilets nearby: 52 m
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