Hampstead Town Hall

Hampstead Town Hall

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213 Haverstock Hill

United Kingdom

This Victorian building, now home to the InterChange Trust – a charitable organisation which helps disadvantaged young people – was erected by public subscription in 1878. Today, various halls and rooms in Hampstead Town Hall are available for hire, including the ‘Council Chamber’, popular for wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships. It was originally used as a Vestry Hall, for use by the whole community, to store rates collected. With the establishment of Borough Councils in London 25 years later, a large Edwardian extension was added and the building became Hampstead Town Hall. In Coronation year 1953 The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited the venue during their tour of north London boroughs and Her Majesty conferred honours on civic dignitaries. The royals visited again in more recent times when, on 11th July 2000, Prince Charles opened the restored building.

Underground Stations

Belsize Park Tube Station

Hampstead Tube Station

Hampstead Heath Overground Station

Finchley Road and Frognal Overground Station

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