Sheffield Town Hall is a town hall building in the city of Sheffield. The building was built from 1890-1897 to a Gothic style designed by architect E.W Mountford, it was further extended in 1923. The building is the home of the Sheffield City Council. The imposing building with a beautifully detailed exterior is complemented by the Peace Gardens which sits in front of the building. Its interior is as impressive and imposing as its exterior with a number of large grand rooms.
The town hall is situated in the city centre. It is a 5-minute walk away from the city's main train station ‘Sheffield’. The 1, 51 and 751 buses all stop at the town hall.
Opening Times and Admission
The town hall is open to visitors on weekdays 8am-6pm, it is closed on weekends.