Town Hall, St Peters Street, St Albans, AL1 3DH, Hertfordshire, England
Originally used for balls, galas and concerts, the Assembly Room has been fully restored to its former glory. Admire the stunning Georgian architectural flourishes, ornate chandeliers and lustrous gold leaf when you step inside. With its double height ceiling and large windows which flood the space with light, this breath-taking room will host cutting edge art installations throughout the year.
Built in 1831, the Georgian Grade ll* listed Town Hall building is part of the story of St Albans. It has one of the few pre-Victorian court rooms in existence, complete with atmospheric subterranean prison cells. It also boasts a huge assembly room, with impossibly high-ceilings adorned with beautiful coving and a balcony overlooking St Peter’s street. The giant gold framed mirrors reflect the hours of painstaking work spent painting rose gold detail on the ceiling and walls, and the newly fitted lavish gold and crystal chandeliers recently custom-made in Venice.
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