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6211 CL Maastricht
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The city hall, built over the years 1659-1664 under the guidance of master architect Pieter Post, has a tower dating from 1684 and a carillon with 49 bells that is still regularly played. The interior is also very attractive, with beautiful wall tapestries, stucco work, ceiling paintings, and mantelpieces. The hall is open to visitors.

Experience and explore the city hall like never before through the Max van Even's short film, a virtual tour, or the album from the Reeks Vierkant Maastricht as offered by the Stichting Historische Reeks Maastricht (foundation promoting Maastricht's cultural heritage).

Grandeur on Market Square, the film
This film will guide you through the city h…

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The city hall, built over the years 1659-1664 under the guidance of master architect Pieter Post, has a tower dating from 1684 and a carillon with 49 bells that is still regularly played. The interior is also very attractive, with beautiful wall tapestries, stucco work, ceiling paintings, and mantelpieces. The hall is open to visitors.

Experience and explore the city hall like never before through the Max van Even's short film, a virtual tour, or the album from the Reeks Vierkant Maastricht as offered by the Stichting Historische Reeks Maastricht (foundation promoting Maastricht's cultural heritage).

Grandeur on Market Square, the film
This film will guide you through the city hall, with unique 3D images and fascinating close-ups. Explore each detail of the lavishly decorated seventeenth and eighteenth-century interior, including unique architectural details and awe-inspiring tapestries The film is a true celebration of the city hall.

Watch the film.

Virtual tour
Take a virtual tour of the city hall. Visit all the rooms in this extraordinary seventeenth-century building designed by architect Pieter Post. Visitors on the virtual tour will uncover unique places that you don't get see on the live tours! The virtual tour is available on desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets.

Go on the virtual tour.

Een magnifiek Stadhuis (A magnificent City Hall), album
Featuring beautiful, high-quality photography, this album is a feast for the eyes Just like the film, the album is a celebration of the city hall and features spreads that exhibit the building's grandeur. The 156-page album doesn't only have beautiful images; it also offers background information on the interior and the impact of the conservation work. Another highlight is the CD with music from the hall's bells and, of course, the Mestreechs volksleed(Maastricht's city song) and other tunes.

The album is available for purchase in stores or on www.historischereeksmaastricht.nl.

The album was published as part 46 in the Reeks Vierkant Maastricht, and some parts of the album have been translated into English.

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Opening hours

  • every Mondayfrom 09:00 to 12:30
    from 14:00 to 17:00
  • every Tuesdayfrom 09:00 to 12:30
    from 14:00 to 17:00
  • every Wednesdayfrom 09:00 to 12:30
    from 14:00 to 17:00
  • every Thursdayfrom 09:00 to 12:30
    from 14:00 to 17:00
  • every Fridayfrom 09:00 to 12:30
    from 14:00 to 17:00
  • every Saturdayclosed
  • every Sundayclosed

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