Vilnius Town Hall

Vilnius, Lithuania

The town hall in Vilnius was mentioned for the first time in 1432. Initially it was a Gothic style building, and has since been reconstructed many times. The current Vilnius Town Hall was rebuilt in neoclassical style according to the design by Laurynas Gucevičius in 1799. It has remained unchanged since then. Its Gothic cellars have been preserved and may be visited. Nowadays it is used for representational purposes as well as during the visits of foreign state officials and rulers. The Town Hall Square at the end of the Pilies Street is a traditional centre of trade and events in Vilnius.



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Founded: 1799
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Lithuania


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Ellie (6 months ago)
Vilnius City Hall is a striking architectural gem situated in the heart of the Old Town. Dating back to the 18th century, this historic building exudes charm with its Baroque-style facade and elegant clock tower. It serves not only as an administrative hub but also as a cultural center, hosting various events, exhibitions, and concerts. Its picturesque square, surrounded by colorful buildings and bustling cafes, adds to the allure of this iconic structure, making it a focal point for visitors exploring Vilnius.
Ben (16 months ago)
Quiet and very beautiful free to visit building. Feels more like a coffee bar with jazz music and art exhibits.
Hằng Lê Thị Thuý (2 years ago)
Beautiful and big square. Christmas decorations were cozy.
Vlad Mozgovoi (2 years ago)
Free entry and must visit place. The Town Hall is a reflection of the political and social life of the capital. It keeps the residents and visitors of Vilnius abreast of the latest innovations. The Town Hall, like the city, is modern, cosmopolitan, and open to the ideas of the world. Vilnius Town Hall - an institution representing the capital's political, social and cultural life. Every time visiting Vilnius I'm always finding something new in this place.
Yamit Vargas (4 years ago)
It is a good place for cultural events, like today, 14 of August was Germany Day. Please consult on the web cause there new events time to time.
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