Rochdale Town Hall

Rochdale Town Hall is a grade one listed building designed by William Crossland, which opened in 1871 to symbolise the town’s rich industrial standing in the textile trade. Its ornate stylings are rivalled only by the Palace of Westminster according to Historic England.

The Rochdale Town Hall website includes:

  • Watching a live webcam of the peregrine falcons who live in our clock tower 
  • Planning your visit.
  • Experiencing the grandeur and historic rooms of Rochdale Town Hall.
  • Exploring handcrafted wedding packages and getting married at Rochdale Town Hall.
  • Discovering what to see and do at Rochdale Town Hall.
  • Hiring rooms at Rochdale Town Hall and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Experiencing seasonal, locally sourced food and drink at The Martlet Kitchen.
  • How to volunteer and be a part of it.
  • Learning about the history and restoration of Rochdale Town Hall.

Visit the Rochdale Town Hall website


Rochdale Town Hall is regarded as one of the UK’s finest examples of Victorian Gothic architecture.