545 Talbot Street • St. Thomas, Ontario • N5P 3V7
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
The St. Thomas City Hall, designed 1898-1899 by Neil R. Darrach, is an outstanding example of a City Hall designed in the late Richardsonian Romanesque.
Visit this beautiful building any day of the year. Find the City Hall in the heart of Downtown St. Thomas. It is also host to the yearly Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Historically, the City Hall housed the Library. When the new City Hall was being built, the Library Board was granted accomodation. In 1899 both the Art School and The Free Library moved into City Hall. This building still exists at the back of City Hall.