The Old Town Hall is one of Aylmer's historic gems. Built in 1874 and completely restored in the 1980's, this beautiful building is the current home to the Aylmer library, theatre plays, and musical performances hosted by award-winning Aylmer Community Theatre, and the Aylmer Performing Arts Council.
Visit the Old Town Hall and admire the original Italianate architectural design, arcaded brickwork, boldly-modelled cornice, and the beautiful Florentine windows. Sit in the Opera house where famous poetess Pauline Johnson once graced the stage in the 1880's or where Canada's first Prime Minster, Sir John A. MacDonald addressed the residents of Aylmer.
That's right! YOU can host your next special event at the Opera House inside the Old Town Hall! It's the perfect location for a company party, wedding ceremony, a special anniversary, or a milestone birthday dinner. Read more on how you can host your next event at the Old Town Hall here.
Want to know the rates, the fine print, and our cancellation policy? No problem! Inside you'll find:
Call the Municipal Office at 519-773-3164 to reserve your date today!
Soon available at the Old Town Hall, but for now, you can
Download the brochure here
Are you visiting the Old Town Hall from a distance? Why not stay in Aylmer. We have beautiful places to spend a night, a weekend, or even longer! These include a beautiful bed and breakfast in a heritage home, an Inn with country charm, and a cottage in the pines. Visit our accommodations page for more information.
*Photo above of the Old Town Hall interior courtesy of Elgin County Economic Development and Tourism.
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