Caxton Hall entrance on Caxton Street in Westminster, London SW1.

Caxton Hall entrance on Caxton Street in Westminster, London SW1.

August 2019
Caxton Hall. The Town Hall Westminster - this foundation stone was laid March 29th 1882 by the Baroness Burdett-Coutts youngest daughter of the late Sir Francis Burdett Bart. Member of Parliament for this city. John Harris, Clerk to Vestry and District Board of Works. Lee & Smith architects. W.V.D. McGregor builders.

Caxton Hall. The Town Hall Westminster - this foundation stone was laid March 29th 1882 by the Baroness Burdett-Coutts youngest daughter of the late Sir Francis Burdett Bart. Member of Parliament for this city. John Harris, Clerk to Vestry and District Board of Works. Lee & Smith architects. W.V.D. McGregor builders.

August 2019

Caxton Hall

Address:
10 Caxton Street, London SW1H 0AD
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
1882
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425

Description of Caxton Hall

Caxton Hall is a Grade II listed building on Caxton Street in Westminster, London SW1.

Built as a Westminster Town Hall in 1878-82 by architects Lee and Smith.

A key site in the campaign for women’s suffrage at the beginning of the 20th-Century.

Historic England's List Entry Number: 1357266. The building was first listed on 15th March 1984.

Opposite to Christchurch House

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
St. James's Park Underground Station
Circle, District
St James's Park Station
11, 148, 211, 24, N11, N136, N44

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