Brussels Town Hall is the town hall building of the city of Brussels, Belgium. The town hall is situated on the Grand Place and is the only remaining Medieval Building on the square. The town hall was completed in 1420, it was built under the direction of Jacob van Thienen to a Gothic style. The building has a belfry tower which stands at a height of 96 metres. The facade of the building includes statues that represent nobles and saints. The town hall has been restored multiple times over the years. It has been the meeting place of not only local authoritative figures but was also the meeting place of the national government for a short while; it is the current seat of the city’s mayor. The town hall is part of the Grand Place UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The town hall is situated on the Grand Place. It is a 5-minute walk away from ‘Gare de Bruxelles-Central’ station, it is also a 5-minute walk away from ‘Gare Centrale’ metro station.
Opening Times and Admission
The town hall is open to visitors 8.30am-5.30pm on weekdays, it is closed on weekends.