Lookout tower on Kožova hora near Kladno

Take advantage of the good location of this lookout tower, located just a stone's throw from the city of Kladno! From Kožova hora there is a beautiful view not only of the whole Křivoklát region, but also of the distant surroundings!

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Interesting facts Lookout tower on Kožova hora near Kladno

The lookout tower is located on Kožova hora, located about 4 km south of Kladno. It is a brick building, serving both as a restaurant and a hotel. Located in altitude 456 meters.

The total height of the lookout tower is 35 meters. 131 steps lead to the viewing platform at a height of 31 meters and the view from here is truly fabulous. You can see the airport near Velká Dobrá, Prague, Říčansko, Kladno, Brdy, Říp, the Džbán mountain range, Křivoklátsko, Krušné hory, Jizerské hory, Lužické hory, České Středohoří, Ještěd and Sněžka.

The opening hours of the lookout tower depend on the operation of the restaurant, so you can get here daily from 11 am to 11 pm.

The easiest way is if you turn off the road in the direction of Kladno-Braškov at the marked turn to the left to the lookout tower. From here, the road leads about 200 meters long.

If you go to Kožova hora on foot, you can go, for example, from the railway station in Kladno to the blue tourist sign.

Kožova hora is rather an indistinct forested ridge south of Kladno. The lookout tower has been serving tourists since 1930, but already in the 19th century, this place enjoyed great popularity among the citizens of Kladno. At the beginning of the 1930s, the Czech Tourists' Club had a tourist cottage with a lookout tower built here, on the top of which a glass gallery for tourists was placed. The construction, which was then designed by the architect Jaroslav Beránek, was carried out by the builders Buřil and Procházka. The result was a cottage with a lookout tower 35 meters high, which was ceremoniously opened on May 11, 1930. At that time, the event was not very desirable, but even so, many citizens took part.

In 1948, the entire building was nationalized and used only for recreational purposes.

At present, there is a restaurant and a hotel in the lookout tower building. Access to the lookout tower is via a spiral staircase just behind the main entrance on the right towards the hotel rooms.

Author: Andrea Štyndlová