The Town Hall is a renovated Municipal Corporation building of Shimla. Built for the duration of the British regime in 1910, the Town Hall reveals structure paying homage to the pre-independence generation, preserved in its unique form. During non-summer months, the hill station of Shimla was ruled via the Municipal Board installed in 1851, which oversaw subjects bearing on water-deliver, sanitation, roads and taxation. The Town Hall became built on the muse stone laid by way of the Municipal Board.
Located on the well-known Mall Road, the massive steps on the doorway of the constructing are highlights of the historical testimony. The steps are also a commonplace website, where visitors click on photos. The Municipal Corporation building of Shimla contains municipal workplaces going through the Mall Road and a library on the manner to the Ridge at the upper stop. The municipal office and library are in service from the time of the British regime. Over the years, the State Government has renovated the colonial architectural marvel.