The guildhall was bult in 1887 by Irish society, the building was named in honour of its connection to the city of London and its guilds. It was officially opened in 1890 as ab administrative centre.
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Guildhall is one of the most iconic Landmarks since 1890, the building offers a unique place for civil partnership ceremonies, weddings making your day the most memorable.
You can book one of two unique spaces for your amazing event whether it is a small event, or a large gathering Guildhall provides the perfect location for your special event.
This award-winning Guildhall provides venues for conferences, civil ceremonies and corporate hire. With eh amazing capacity of 400 seats and 600 standing this is the best place for your needs.
Love historical buildings! Then you will be amazed at the Guildhalls structure, with 23 stained windows which tell the story of the city and the Guildhall clock designed as a replica of Big Ben you are bound to be amazed.
View the display of the contents of a time capsule that was buried under the foundation in 1897 which was recently uncovered.
A warm welcome awaits you so head to Guildhall which is one of the must see visitor attractions, Enjoy the local tour guides taking you on a journey through this majestic building and listen to the historical stories along the way.
Plan your visit now and don’t miss out on this great adventure
- Opening Times: Monday – Friday 09:00 – 20:00 (last admission 19:00)
Saturday – Sunday 09:00 – 18:00 (last admission 17:00)
- Price: FREE. Guided tours can be booked in advance, £2 per person.
- No need to pre-book. Just come in whenever you like!