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Free tours of City Hall are offered on Wednesdays at 12:00 PM. Tours are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register the day of the tour between 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM at the NYC tourism kiosk, which is located at the southern end of City...more
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Broadway and Murray St, City Hall Park, New York City, NY 10007
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We were doing a "Free Tours by Foot" Brooklyn Bridge walk and our starting point was at the Jacob Wrey Mould Fountain in the City Hall Park. While we were unable to see the interior of City Hall, we learned that it was constructed in...More
This is a nice place to start or finish a walk across the Brooklyn bridge as it is quite close by, set in a nice set of gardens and with a small park in front. We were not able to get inside as the visiting...More
The New York City Hall was constructed from 1803 to 1812, and is the oldest buildingned as it was built for. According to the information, it is a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, both its exterior and...More
Located at the center of City Hall Park, this 1812 building features a Neoclassical facade that I had to admire from afar. That's because fencing around its perimeter keeps the public at bay, with entry only allowed to those with business appointments or on tours....More
For such a vital hub within such a large community this building seems to impressed at many levels. It is clean, well managed, historically interesting and most importantly offers clean and accessible and safe rest rooms.
Definitely worth a visit.
Impressive Architecture with construction finished in 1812. It is the oldest City Hall that still functions with intended offices, like city Mayor. The style of the building exterior is French Renaissance. When we visited on Memorial Weekend we could only see it from the outside.
I'm not sure of the size but most city halls are considered large office spaces to conduct the city's day-to-day business. The uniqueness of New York's City Hall is the Architecture and historical significance and... More
I'm not sure of the size but most city halls are considered large office spaces to conduct the city's day-to-day business. The uniqueness of New York's City Hall is the Architecture and historical significance and paintings dating back centuries.