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Gorgeous architecture, inside and out

A lovely edifice in the heart of the town of Stratford. We popped inside to poke around for a few... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gregsky
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Ottawa, Canada
A taste of history

Set in the heart of the town. Stratfod City hall is a statueque building that dominates its towns... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2017
GFGuyUxbridge
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A lovely edifice in the heart of the town of Stratford. We popped inside to poke around for a few minutes and there are a few interesting little plaques and signs to read.

Thank Gregsky
Reviewed 1 week ago

This amazing, over the top, architecture grabs your eye as soon as you turn the corner. It's large, lovingly preserved and hard to believe that a small town built this over a hundred years ago! The square behind it has benches for a quite sit...More

Thank Peytonsage
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This landmark is something I remember from my first visit to Stratford in 1952. There was a plan involving demolition in the late 1960s, but fortunately this went nowhere. The place is now over 100 years old and worth a look. I have a collection...More

Thank DHK44
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I love walking around Stratford and this building is truly a centerpiece. It is central and it is what your eye is immediately drawn to. For years, I wondered why they did not turn a large area adjacent to the city hall into an outdoor...More

Thank RJK_Chicago
Reviewed 29 April 2018

To think they once talked about tearing this building down and putting up a hotel! I have been around the world and nothing seems to fit a place quite like this building does downtown Stratford. The market square is historically significant and vintage photos tell...More

Thank douglasr9
Reviewed 20 February 2018 via mobile

Beautiful architecture, you can take nice pictures of the city hall from both sides. There are sits and many stores in the area.

Thank André K
Reviewed 19 October 2017

Thank heavens for Pierre Berton! Besides chronicling Canada's history like no one else he helped save Stratford City Hall when it was about it be torn down to make way for a new "modern" building. The loss would have been incalculable. It is unclear how...More

Thank juliamsschneider
Reviewed 18 September 2017

Unfortunately, we hadn't the time to see inside, but the outside is worth a look for its late 18th century Jacobean and Queen Anne revival architecture, which incorporated eclectic styles, as well. The hall was under construction 1898, after a fire the previously year destroyed...More

Thank JWrites
Reviewed 18 September 2017

We have been here a couple times this summer for events for the city .wishing they put more trees and greenery in this area

Thank jane150858
Reviewed 11 September 2017

Set in the heart of the town. Stratfod City hall is a statueque building that dominates its towns heart. Nice architecture and the town has obviously maintained the buildings standard, which it deserves.

Thank GFGuyUxbridge
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