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City Hall is home to the Mayor of London, the London Assembly and the GLA, who in July 2002 became tenants of this striking rounded glass building on the south bank of the Thames near Tower Bridge. Members of the public may visit parts of City Hall...more
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City Hall 110 The Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA, England
All reviews the lower ground floor unusual building tower bridge designed by sir norman foster open to the public unique architecture fantastic building thames river nice walk free entry on display chamber headquarters shard gla stroll government
It is unloved but memorable. It is what it is: a huge spherical shaped blob. But more eloquent people have described it thus:
(1) bulbous shape
(2) mis-shapen egg
(3) a bug
(4) glass testicle
(5) glass gonad
(6) the onion
Golly gee! That's even...More
To enter city hall you have to go through tough security checks. The architect f this building is quite impressive. Inside you will find conference rooms, where Mayor of London and councilors meet. There is an event area also where many school children come and...More
This is interesting to see along the Thames with City Hall and a new building to see with all of the architecture and history in the area great to see a new interesting building as City Hall . This is well worth the stop and...More
Whilst flying working at City Hall we went to the restaurant for our breakfast - it was towards the end of service and unfortunately, the food was looking a little tired - there was no attempt to freshen it up so it was a pretty...More
A new building,with futuristic architecture,placed on the bank of the Thames,close to some important attraction points as HMS Belfast,Tower Bridge or Tower of London.
As tourist,if you want to visit it,you have to pass a security check similar with the one in the airports.Not much...More
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I believe the Rembrandt in Knightsbridge is child-friendly as are many hotels I imagine. Even some are dog friendly. City Hall is not an hotel but the offices of the Mayor of London. If I were you I would plan where I wish... More
I believe the Rembrandt in Knightsbridge is child-friendly as are many hotels I imagine. Even some are dog friendly. City Hall is not an hotel but the offices of the Mayor of London. If I were you I would plan where I wish to visit and choose an hotel central to that. Be cautious of the very busy roads and have a wonderful holiday in this magical city.