This room was originally Colchester's first town centre public library; it was designed by Brightwen Binyon of Ipswich in 1894. At one end of the room is an elaborate bas-relief showing Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition of 1851 inside the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park and at the other a large window with a stain glass depiction of the Borough coat of arms. This room does not currently have disabled access or a hearing induction loop.
This new and exciting room is now available to hire.
The room is ideal for Wedding ceremonies, receptions, parties and business meetings.
TL 999252 51.88949 0.90352
From Colchester Town Station turn right, continue up st Botolphs and Queen Street, at the top of Queen Street turn left onto the High Street. Continue along the High Street and you will see the Town Hall on the right.
: 0 miles from Colchester Town station
- Baby changing facilities
- Coach parties accepted
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- English Heritage Property
- Wheelchairs available
- Accepts groups
- Facilities for conferencing
- Facilities for corporate hospitality