A versatile and historic venue
Although the facade is largely of a 19th century design, Reading Town Hall actually dates back to the mid-18th century, although several interior upgrades have ensured the building has all mod cons. Today, it's home to the Reading Museum as well as a spacious concert hall and several other venues hosting everything from theatre and comedy performances to conferences and other events - including weddings and receptions.
Out and about in Reading
The county town of Berkshire is a thriving community with all manner of things to see and do, including museums and galleries. Aside from the Reading Museum in the Town Hall itself, the Museum of Englist Rural Life is well worth a visit. It also boasts a vibrant nightlife, with The Purple Turtle and After Dark both particularly popular destinations.
From Reading the capital is just over an hour away by train, and is also easily accessible by car or bus. This makes the city a great destination for day trips and shopping expeditions, with everything from Covent Garden to the London Museum a possibility.
Planning a trip to Reading Town Hall? Travelodge Reading Central Hotel is within walking distance , while Travelodge Reading Whitley Hotel and Travelodge Winnersh Triangle Hotel are also worth considering.