The Wilhelminian splendor building from 1913 is today one of the landmarks of the leash metropolis. "Payed in cash, Your Majesty!", Called at that time City Director Heinrich Tramm proudly to Kaiser Wilhelm II at the inauguration. Over ten million marks had cost the city its representative, built on 6,026 beech piles town hall.
Rathaushalle with the 4 city models © HMTG
Take a look behind the scenes of the New Town Hall.
Even today, the New Town Hall is the seat of the Lord Mayor, the head of the Hanoverian city administration. Here, the political committees meet, the official guests of the city are welcomed, exhibitions are shown and here is also the Bürgerbüro at home. However, the doors of the landmark are always open for a visit. And it's worth it just because of a magnificent view. By the way: In 2013, the New Town Hall has become 100 years old!
The arched elevator to the dome of the New Town Hall is unique in the world. On the way up visitors are first transported vertically and then at an angle of 17 degrees in the air. From here you have a wonderful view over the whole city, with good visibility even to the resin.
October 25, 2016
The New Town Hall has been voted among the top 80 most popular tourist destinations in Germany by foreign tourists!
The New Town Hall is one of a number of well-known attractions such as the Neuschwanstein Castle, the Cologne Cathedral or the Brandenburg Gate: According to an online survey by the German National Tourist Board (DZT), the New Town Hall is among the TOP 80 most popular tourist destinations in Germany! The ranking of the online survey is available on the official website of the GNTB!
Discover the New Town Hall!
The Hanover visitors can not be wrong in their vote: No matter whether as a popular photo opportunity from the Maschpark, to discover the city models in the Rathaushalle or the dome driveway in the arch elevator, after which you can enjoy the great view over the city - a visit to the new City Hall is always worth it!
February 27, 2017
The New Town Hall in Hanover is the city hall of the Lower Saxony state capital and headquarters of the Hanoverian city administration under its Lord Mayor. The Wilhelminian, castle-like splendor building in eclectic style was built from 1901 to 1913. The first town hall of the city was the Old Town Hall, whose buildings were built from 1230. In 1863, the city administration left the Old Town Hall and moved to the nearby Wangenheim Palace.
The New Town Hall is nestled in the ten-hectare Maschpark on the southern edge of downtown, outside the historic city center of Hannover. The square in front of the north-northeast-facing north wing is now called Trammplatz, was created specifically in connection with the town hall and got its name after the then city director Heinrich Tramm. The south side of the building faces the Maschteich.
April 29, 2018
What many Hanover visitors consider a castle is in reality the New Town Hall: the historicistic splendor building of 1913 is today one of the landmarks of the leash metropolis. Through its turrets and bay windows, round arches and columns, the New Town Hall is not only a landmark, but also one of the city's most sought-after photo opportunities.reiseland-niedersachsen.de/reiseziele/staedte/hannover/neues-rathaus-in-hannover
December 9, 2019
The New Town Hall in Hanover is the town hall of the state capital of Lower Saxony and the headquarters of the Hanover city administration under its mayor. The Wilhelmine, palace-like splendid building in eclectic style was built from 1901 to 1913.
December 22, 2019
The New Town Hall in Hanover is the town hall of the Lower Saxony state capital and the headquarters of the Hanover city administration. The Wilhelmine, castle-like splendid building was built from 1901 to 1913.
The New Town Hall is embedded in the Maschpark on the southern edge of the city center. The square in front of the north wing is now called Trammplatz. It got its name from the then city director Heinrich Tramm. The south side of the building faces the Maschteich.
June 8, 2020
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