Huy'stown hall was built in 1766 , replacing the Grains Hall. The architect was Jean-Gilles Jacobs.
The symmetrical facade with a middle ressault is crowned by a triangular giltfronton , craaying the town scutheon.
The roof carries a lantern tower with a square ground plan. It houses the 37 bells. The tower also carries the clockwork.
You get in via double landing stairs.