Stara Radnica is the Old Town Hall in the center of Bratislava, Slovakia. It is in the city's Old Town, and aside from serving as the town hall from the 15th through the 19th centuries, it was also used as a prison, a mint, an arsenal depository, a municipal archive, and it was a place of trade and celebrations. It is the country's oldest town hall building and one of the oldest stone buildings still standing in Bratislava. The building has gone through several renovations giving it characteristics of Renaissance, Baroque, and Neo-Renaissance styles. Today it serves as the Bratislava City Museum.
Visitors can see displays in the museum that tell of the city's history starting with the Middle Ages and the feudal justice system. Items include torture instruments, dungeons, antique weapons, armor, paintings, and much more. You can also climb the tower to reach the viewing platform at the top where you'll be rewarded with great views of the main square and city.
Old Town Hall is located on Hlavne Namestie, the main square, a little over a mile south of the main train station. The closest transport stop is Namestie SNP and can be reached using bus X13 from the main train station. Opening hours are Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm and Saturday to Sunday 11am to 6pm. Admission is 1 euro to climb the tower and 5 euros to visit the museum.