397 Queen Street,
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Architects: John Thomas Charles McKean
Styles: Romanesque Revival
Previous Names: Lee's Opera House, City Opera House
Fredericton’s City Hall was built in 1876, a large brick building in the popular Romanesque Revival style. The main floor was occupied by an Opera House which was in use from 1877 until about 1940.
Primarily used for live performances and civic events, it also served intermittently as a vaudeville and movie theatre. It is now the oldest City Hall still in use in Canada’s Maritime Provinces.
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