The Old Council House (grid reference ST582728) is in Corn Street, Bristol, England.
It was built as the city council chamber and treasurer's office between 1824 and 1827 by Sir Robert Smirke, on the site of the old St Ewan's church. The statue of Justice over the entrance is by Edward Hodges Baily. It was extended to the south-west in 1828-9 by Richard Shackleton Pope and George Dymond.
The council moved to the new Council House on College Green after World War II, and was subsequently used as Magistrates' courts.
It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II* listed building.