Moot Hall



The Moot Hall is a Georgian building dating from 1812, with the courtrooms restored to Victorian design from 1875. Described on completion as the most perfect specimen of Doric architecture in the North of England, the Moot Hall has a columned portico to the front, whilst the design of the rear is based on the Parthenon in the Athens.

The Moot Hall is the first court in the country to be licensed to hold civil weddings and civil ceremonies, and is also used on a regular basis for school and university Mock Trial Competitions.


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2 comments:

Ps Middx said...

Loved this website. I'm a Londoner who loves the outstanding and underrated city of Newcastle and it's heritage. As a bonus I love the Geordie accent!

ILuvNUFC said...

Thanks for your kind words about this site and my city.
I have plans to showcase even more of Newcastle's heritage on here in the future. But as always time is the problem :)

Watch this space...