The Brussels Town Hall, one of the most prominent buildings of the Grand Place, is a center for local history. Inside, visitors will find the Brussels city council hall with its lavish tapestries, mirrors, and paintings as well as a Gothic hall with baroque decoration, the mayor's waiting room, and a wedding hall (weddings unfortunately are reserved for the people of Brussels). Many of the building's various tapestries, sculptures, and paintings depict local history. Visitors must take a guided tour, which lasts for 45 minutes. Registration and ticket purchases must be completed at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour at the tourist offices at either Grand Place or Rue Royale 2.
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