Worcester Guildhall

This redbrick town hall was completed in 1724 when statues of Charles I, Charles II and Queen Anne were placed in a series of niches and allegories of Work, Peace, Justice, Abundance and Punishment were placed on the parapet. Inside, admire the splendid Assembly Room, with an Italian ceiling offering a fine contrast with the bare classicism of the room.

Useful information

Adresse : 

High Street

Opening hours

[9am-4pm - closed Sun]

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