1892 Old City Hall Building
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|Facility:||1892 Old City Hall Building|
|Description:||Situated on a bluff overlooking Bellingham Bay, the Whatcom Museum's red-brick 1892 Old City Hall Building is an architectural and historic landmark in Northwest Washington. After serving its first four decades as Bellingham's original city hall, the building became the centerpiece of the Whatcom Museum's lively cultural campus in 1941. Today the building features gallery space on three floors as it hosts an array of contemporary art and history exhibitions. Special events and educational programs are often held in the second floor Rotunda Room.
The building's 3,000 square-feet are frequently transformed to showcase original installations by contemporary artists of local, regional, and national importance.
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|Address 1:||121 Prospect Street|
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|Hours:||Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
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