Lancaster Town Hall

Lancaster Town Hall
Town Hall
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1PJ
England

Website

www.lancaster.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/civic-ceremonial/lancaster-town-hall/

Telephone

01524 582000

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Based in Dalton Square, Lancaster Town Hall was officially opened on the 27th December 1909, by Lord Ashton. It replaced the existing Town Hall, now the City Museum in Market Square, as the then Lancaster Corporation had outgrown the building.

The Corporation was unable to finance a new building but Lord Ashton offered to pay for a new Municipal building. Lord Ashton was a local multi millionaire businessman and industrialist, who had made his fortune after inheriting 'Williamson's', his father's Oil Cloth and Linoleum business. Based on the Quay at Lancaster, 'Williamson's' exported their goods all over the world.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

Mon-Sat 1000-1700

Admission charges

Dependent on event.

Collection details

Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art

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