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Having spent nine years working in this building, I feel that I can comment on pretty much everything to do with it! Opened in 1877, designed by Alfred Waterhouse this building is a beauty, right from its basements to its funny winding stairs up to offices in the sky! The toilets are a must as well with big wooden seats that are still warm in winter! Although not a building that is very publicly acessible, (it isa working building) you have probbaly seen most of it on tv at one time or another (house of cards etc) and as a photo opportunity it is great. From a public point of view you will probably get as far as the great hall which has a massive organ! And also a great painted ceiling which for years had the south african crest covered up! Don't go especially to see it, but make it part of your wider visit to Manc
Manchester Town Hall is a building in Manchester, England that houses the city's government and administrative functions. Completed by architect Alfred Waterhouse in 1877, it is a fine example of Victorian Gothic revival, featuring imposing murals by Ford Madox Brown.