- Architects : Auguste Perret and Jacques Tournant
- The tower stretches 72 meters high and has 17 floors. The wing houses a theater.
The Town Hall is one of the most significant buildings of post WWII reconstruction, with its monumental tower of over 70 meters in height and long bush-hammered concrete columns. Town Hall architect, Auguste Perret, died before its inauguration in 1958. His associate, Jacques Tournant, finished the project.
This year, the Town Hall celebrates its 60th anniversary with an exhibition and guided tours of the building, which include visits to the 17th floor.
1517, place de l'Hôtel de Ville
76600 Le Havre
- Visitors with physical disabilities
- Visitors with hearing impairment
- Visitors with mental disabilities
- Visitors with visual impairment
From Monday to Friday
From 8am to 4.30pm
Étape 3 du Red Tour
Étape 4 du Green Tour
How to get here- Tram: A et B Hôtel de Ville Stop
- Bus: lines 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7
- Bike hire
- Bike parking
- Paid parking
- Rest area