St Albans Town Hall is one of the city's landmarks. Grade II listed and situated alongside the Market Place, it is at the centre of the city. Built in 1831, the venue presents an impressive Palladian façade, painted cream and decorated with a columned first storey balcony.
The Town Hall is a beautiful wedding venue and party venue, and also ideal for business meetings and conferences. We hope that you will come and visit the Town Hall soon just to look around, book a function or obtain tickets for an event!
The Assembly Room - 18.4m x 9.1m
This elegant room is large and airy, with double height ceiling and many attractive Regency features. The floor-to-ceiling windows on three aspects flood the room with natural light. Leading onto an impressive balcony area ideal for stunning photographs. This room can seat 120 at a combination of round and banqueting style tables and more in theatre seating, and is ideal as a party or performance venue, or as a larger exhibition or conference space.
Town Hall Foyer
The grand foyer offers plenty of space for book fairs, craft fairs and market research.
The 1831 Courtroom and Judges Robing Room
In the rear of the building there are two additional rooms for hire. The 1831 Courtroom, one of only few remaining pre Victorian Courtrooms in the Country, is available for filming and for others who need the backdrop of a courtroom. The Judges Robing Room is a small meetings room for up to 12 delegates. All enquiries for these two rooms should be made to 01727 836781 or email email@example.com
Tourist and Information Centre
The new Tourist and Information Centre is situated at the back of the Town Hall Building (Opposite Past Times and Thornton's) and has information for both Residents and Visitors.
Click for more information or contact us by telephone: 01727 864511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How To Find Us / Booking Contacts
The Town Hall
St Peters Street
Tel: 01727 864511
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Date of last review: 16 December 2010
For details of forthcoming events and where to buy tickets, visit our Facebook page or contact the Tourism Information Centre.