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New York City Hall

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About The Landmark

New York City Hall was completed in 1811 by John McComb Jr. and Joseph François Mangin and is the oldest City Hall in continuous use in the country. It is a City and National Landmark.

City Hall offers regular tours of portions of the building including the Council Chambers.

Plan your visit. For guided tours click here

Thanks to Steve Fisher for several photo contributions.

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