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The Adelaide Town Hall is as a picturesque grand landmark heritage building and a prime feature in the heart of the city. , the imposing Victorian era design and elegant interiors provide the perfect backdrop for photographers.
The Town Hall is one of the more impressive old buildings in Adelaide. Built in 1866 it was then claimed to be the largest municipal building south of the Equator. It has an impressive clock tower named after Queen Victoria's husband Albert. They are still...More
Like the post office building, the town hall is a pleasure to look at compared to the newer buildings in downtown. There is free entrance and in the hallway there are pictures and symbols of past visits to this building.
A gorgeous building with "interesting" sculptured heads sitting happily for all to see. The Beatles once visited the city and Town Hall still hand onto this with a not so attractive image of the boys made of perspex sitting on the verandah.
Adelaide Town Hall is one of landmarks of the Adelaide. It was designed by Edmund Wright and Edward Woods and completed in 1866. Its tower is named after Prince Albert was made slightly shorter than the Victoria Tower of the Post Office on the other...More
Adelaide has so much beautiful, clean architecture, really worth a visit. Weekends best time to walk around to enjoy or around 10.30am in the mornings, not too many people about, and not so noisy on the main thoroughfares
the buiding is townhall with lightup at night ,it's on the king william street and near victoria square. it's old building with beautiful interior ,venue for concert ,wedding parties, or other important city events.
We were taking a photo of where The Beatles stood on the balcony of The Town Hall when someone recommended that we go inside. Inside is the statue of Queen Adelaide whom this city is named after also, in a glass case is her slippers....More