Hamburg City Hall
Monday-Friday 10:00-15:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00-13:00. English and French commentary guide time: Monday-Thursday 10:15-15:15, Friday-Sunday 10:15-13:15, every hour. (Local time)
Built in 1886, the Hamburg City Hall is a neo-Baroque-style building constructed in the second half of the 19th century. The building is decorated with commemorative and symbolic works of art. The entire building is made of sandstone, with a smoky grey overall and a copper-green roof that presents a quaint style. The tower is decorated with golden eagles, which is the symbol of German unification.