Victoria’s City Hall was designed and built by architect John Teague, a Past Master of Victoria-Columbia Lodge No. 1.
The current building was built in three separate stages, all designed by John Teague, between 1878 and 1891.
Victoria City Hall is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places and is a National Historic Site of Canada. It has served continuously as City Hall since it was first built in 1878.
Here is a map showing the location of Victoria City Hall:
Architect John Teague also served as Mayor of Victoria.
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