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Manchester Town Hall
Albert Square, Manchester M60 2LA Route Planner
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Opening hours

closed for refurbishment, reopening planned in 2024

Description

This Revival Gothic-style town hall was built between 1868 and 1877 by Alfred Waterhouse. Its clock tower rises 85m above the pedestrian area of Albert Square. The main hall, which boasts a concave ceiling, is decorated with 12 Pre-Raphaelite frescoes completed by Ford Madox Brown from 1876-78.

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