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Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne

Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
Completed in 1870, Melbourne Town Hall is at the heart of the city's cultural and civic activity, hosting theater performances, weddings, receptions, and art exhibitions. The heritage-listed building has played a key role in many historic decisions that have shaped Melbourne over the last 140 years. It still serves as the city’s central municipal building and the seat of the city government. Designed by well-known local architect Joseph Reed, the landmark features a clock tower and the iconic Council Chambers. A free concert series offers visitors the opportunity to learn all about the site’s renowned Grand Organ, comprising 147 ranks and 9,568 pipes. Use our Melbourne vacation planner to add Melbourne Town Hall and other attractions to your Melbourne vacation plans.
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  • Attended a conference in this beautiful building, what a surprise. From being greeted by the distinguished gentleman on the front steps to the beautiful architecture, the experience was first class. T...  read more »
  • We had a chance to attend a beatiful organ performance here during the Aboroginal Festival in February and it was truly an amazing experience! The admission tickets were free for those who ordered the...  read more »
  • 這棟古老建築,離開住的酒店不遠。它是用了帝國風格的設計。裡面有多功能廳和活動大廳。在大樓外面以及建築物內,有咖啡館和西餐廳。大樓裡還有一個保留下來的古老馬桶。二樓有個陽台,是披頭士訪問墨爾本時,和眾人見面和招手。總體而言,這個保存完好的建築,被善加利用。 
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