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The Town Hall is a fine example of Georgian Neo-Classical design. It was built in 1831 on the site of a 16th century inn which made way for three small almshouses which were subsequently pulled down in 1829 to make way for the Town Hall. It originally consisted of an assembly room, court house, council chamber and cells. The court room was used up to the 1960's and today a number of rooms can be hired for functions. The Town Hall's chief role today is to house the Tourist and Information Centre.

Tourist Info Centre Open: 9.30am-5.30pm Mon-Sat.

Address: Market Place, St Peters Street, St Albans AL3 5DJ

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  • Written Jun 29, 2006
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