Brighton Town Hall stands on Bartholomew Square in Brighton, England. Built in the 1830s, it replaced the previous town hall building. The town hall contains a number of police cells which were in use until the 1960s, and which now form the Old Police Cells Museum.
Three rooms within the Town Hall are licensed for wedding ceremonies, these are the Regency Room, The Fitzherbert Room and the Council Chamber.
The city's register office is located in the building.
Electoral Services are also in the building open Monday to Friday 9-5
The prison cells remained in use until 1967 and can now be visited as part of the Old Police Cells Museum. The museum's exhibits focus on the history of Sussex Police and include police uniforms and equipment, a 1950s detective's office, and male and female prison cells. Access is only by pre-booked guided tours.