Richmond Town Hall
Richmond Town Hall is a Yarra City Council iconic heritage landmark and one the most well known of Melbourne's suburban town halls, built in the late 1890's.
Its art deco interior also houses many of Council's day-to-day administrative functions and plays an important role in the delivery of services to the community.
In the 1930s the Town Hall's facade was remodeled in the Interwar Academic Classical Revival style, with Art Deco decorations, to become the Richmond City Hall. Some sections of the rear of the building and interior spaces retain the original Victorian era detailing and was last refurbished in 1991.
The main hall space can accommodate up to 200 people for dinners, trivia nights, weddings and a range of other purposes. It features a parquetry dance floor, bar area, commercial kitchen and grand piano.
Located at 333 Bridge Road, Richmond, the town hall is open to the public between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (and open to 6pm on Tuesdays). The town hall is closed on weekends and public holidays.
During opening hours, members of the public are free to move around the public sections of the building to view the art on display.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 333 Bridge Road Richmond | Map
✆ (03) 9205 5577
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Richmond Town Hall
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