The Vancouver City Hall is a prominent historic landmark in the city, and is the home of the Vancouver City Council. The building was constructed in 1936 to replace the former City Hall building on Main Street and has since been named a heritage building of primary significance in 1976.
The City Hall building is rich with city history, beginning with the eight-foot statue of Captain George Vancouver standing proudly out front. Guided tours of the City Hall building are available, which provide historical information about the building, highlight the stunning architecture, and showcase the sweeping views of downtown Vancouver from the upper floors.
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