St Albans Town Hall - information

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Town Hall front

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.



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The Assembly Room - 18m x 8.5m

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.

Click here to see photos of room layouts and past events in the Assembly Room.

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Town Hall Foyer

Click here to see photos of room layouts and past events in the foyer.

Foyer leftFoyer stairsFoyer right

The 1831 Courtroom

The 1831 Courtroom, one of only few remaining pre-Victorian courtrooms in the country.

Click here to see photos of past events in the Courtroom.

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The Former Judges Robing Room

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Booking and Prices

We are no longer taking bookings for hire of the Old Town Hall due to the planned refurbishment and redevelopment of the building into a new museum and gallery for the city, which is slated to open at the end of 2017.  For more information on the planned project please see: www.stalbansmuseumsandgalleriestrust.org.uk/projects-2/renaissance-st-albans/


Date of last review: 01 March 2016