Eindhoven Town Hall was built in 1968, and completely renovated in 2002. A number of unique elements were incorporated into the design. Neon ceiling lighting guides the ceremonial couple to their place. The side view of the lectern represents the Eindhoven skyline.
The original design of the Town Hall was by architect Van der Laan. The renovation in 2002, and the design of the wedding room, was done by architects Arie Van Rangelrooij and the Staal/Christensen agency.
Parking at the Town Hall
The bride's car may stand in front of the entrance to the Town Hall while the guests can park in the parking garage below Stadhuisplein (paid parking).
Events on Stadhuisplein
Events are regularly organised on and around Stadhuisplein. It may be that an event is being set up, or is happening, on the day of your wedding or partnership ceremony. It is sometimes only possible for guests to enter the Town Hall through the side entrance. We try to keep the nuisance to a minimum, and to keep you as well-informed as we can.
You can consult the events calendar here. Take note: some events need to be set up 2 to 4 days beforehand.
From 4 November through 1 December, the wedding room will be located in Van Abbemuseum
Due to renovation of Stadhuis, marriage and partnership ceremonies will be held in Van Abbemuseum from 4 November through 1 December 2019. The museum has two rooms available for the purpose: