Historic House:Town Hall, Heritage Suite & Silver Room

Historic House, free entry

Town Hall Mayor’s Parlour

Town Hall Mayor’s Parlour

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Hereford Town Hall,
St. Owen Street,


The City of Hereford has one of the oldest Mayoralties in the country, with an unbroken line of Mayors stretching back to 1382 – more than 625 years. During your visit to the Heritage Suite you will discover the history of the City of Hereford and its ancient Mayoralty, and see the historic treasures and art works held in the Mayor’s Parlour as well as the Royal Charters (dating from 1189) and the Civic Silver.

Whilst the Town Hall is open to everyone Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, guided tours of the Town Hall and tours of the Heritage Suite are on a restricted basis. The Guild of Guides are available on a Wednesday between 10.30am and 12.30pm to conduct tours however if you would like to arrange a visit for another day or a group, please contact the Mayor's Secretary on the details below.

Admission is free and there is a lift available. The nearest car park is in Gaol Street.

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Disabled access

Opening details

Wednesdays 10.30am to 12.30pm or by appointment


Free entry


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Map reference: SO 511399  Lat: 52.05548 Long: -2.71318

St. Owen Street is in the centre of Hereford, just off St. Peter's Square


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