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All you need to enjoy a stunning panorama of the Old Town is some strong will and a little stamina. To get to the viewing platform you will have to make use of them both. After walking 150 stone stairs to the very top of the tower, you will experience Warsaw’s probably most breath-taking view.

If you want to take a look at the city from a different angle or check out for yourself how many stairs there really are, then you are more than welcome to visit St.Anna’s church bell tower. On a clear day you can even spot places so far away as Tarchomin, Kawęczyn and many others.

Viewing Platform Opening Hours:

May to October:
Monday – Friday 10:00 - 21:00 *
Saturday – Sunday 11:00 - 22:00 *

* closing hours may be changed, according to the number of visitors

od października do maja:
Pon. – Pt. 10:00 - 18:00 *
Sob. – niedz. 11:00 - 18:00 *

* opening of the viewing platform depends on weather conditions (the terrace is closed during rain - and snowfalls. During the tourist season organized groups are welcome to enter the bell tower without any previous reservation. Otherwise, please phone to make a reservation.)


- Standard admission: PLN 6
- Concessions: PLN 5*

* Available to children aged 4 or older, school-aged children and youth, students under the age of 26, retirement and disability pensioners, and individuals aged 65 or older upon presentation of a valid ID or other relevant identification.

Special Fees

Television crews, film crews and the like – fee per person with camera:
- First hour: PLN 150
- Each additional hour or part thereof: PLN 100

Use of the viewing terrace for a photo session:
- Per hour or part thereof: PLN 100
Other circumstances not specified in this tariff are subject to individual negotiation.


Contact us at:

00-322 Warszawa
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 68 Google Maps
tel. +48 22 374 94 84

Viewing Terrace Rules and Regulations

General Rules

  • Admission to the viewing terrace at the top of the bell tower of St. Anne’s Church in Warsaw is available during operating hours to individuals possessing a valid ticket.
  • Tickets are available from the ticket office at the entrance to the viewing terrace (tickets are not available for pre–sale)
  • An admission ticket entitles the bearer to a single entry to the viewing terrace.
  • For organized groups, one guide may enter free of charge for every 10 individuals in a group.
  • Children aged 4 or older, school–aged children and youth, students under the age of 26, retirement and disability pensioners, and persons aged 65 or older are entitled to concessions upon presentation of a valid ID or other relevant identification.
  • Television crews, film crews and the like will be admitted to the viewing terrace upon payment of an additional fee (see Special Fees).
  • The viewing terrace may be used for photo sessions and similar events (terms to be agreed with the staff)
  • The viewing terrace is available for exclusive rental (terms to be agreed with the staff).
  • Individuals under the influence of alcohol and other intoxicating substances, as well as those demonstrating aggressive behavior and/or constituting a threat to others will be refused admission to the viewing terrace.
  • Pets may not be brought onto the premises.

The ticket office may temporarily suspend or cease selling tickets to the viewing terrace if circumstances threatening the safety of visitors arise or the maximum visitor capacity is reached.

Viewing Terrace – Rules of Access

  • Visitors are allowed on the viewing terrace on days when the terrace is open, during the operating hours
  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages, smoking, and the use of intoxicants or substances producing a similar effect are strictly forbidden on the premises.
  • Leaning over or climbing onto the terrace railing, throwing any material or objects from the terrace, littering on the terrace or anywhere on the premises, running on the stairs, making excessive noise, and writing or affixing decals on the walls, floors, ceilings or fixtures, whether permanent or moveable, of the tower or any part of the building are strictly forbidden.
  • Parents or guardians are responsible for the safety of under–aged visitors.
  • Backpacks, large bags and similar items should be left at the ticket office when entering.
  • Individuals behaving disruptively or violating any of the rules defined herein will be asked to leave the premises.
  • In justified cases, the staff may close the viewing terrace and ask all visitors to evacuate the premises; in such a case, visitors will not be entitled to a refund for tickets purchased.
  • The staff will not be responsible for any bodily harm or other personal or material damage resulting from a visitor’s failure to follow these Rules and Regulations.
  • By purchasing an admission ticket, the purchaser entering the terrace acknowledges his/her awareness of these Rules and Regulations and approval hereof.

The ticket office will not issue any refunds or replacements for unused tickets.

Opening Hours

00-322 Warszawa, ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 68
tel. +48 22 374 94 84, e-mail:,

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