The Richmond Town Hall was originally built in the Venetian Gothic Style in the 1890s. During the 1930s, when it became Richmond City Hall, the building’s facade received an Art Deco remodel. A sensitive refurbishment was carried out in 1991. The addition of folding partitions and lift access further increased the utility of the building’s space.
The main hall space can accommodate up to 200 people for dinner dances, weddings and a range of other purposes. It features a parquetry dance floor, bar area, commercial kitchen and grand piano.