The Moot Hall

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The Moot Hall

The Moot Hall is a prominent Grade II* listed moot hall building situated at the southern end of Main Street in Keswick, Cumbria, England. It was originally built in 1571, and was rebuilt in 1695; the current building dates to 1813. Built of lime-washed stone and slate walling, there is a square tower on the north end with a round-arched doorway and a double flight of steps inside,[1] and features what the Keswick Tourist Information Board describes as an "unusual one-handed clock" at the top. Formerly an assembly building,[2] Moot Hall contains a Tourist Information Centre on the ground floor, with an art gallery on the floor above.[3]


  1. ^ The Moot Hall, Keswick,, retrieved 31 August 2014
  2. ^ Dalton, p.624
  3. ^ Keswick Tourist Information Centre,, retrieved 31 August 2014
  • Dalton, Nick (28 August 2012). Frommer's England and the Best of Wales. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-1-118-33371-6.

Coordinates: 54°36′2″N 3°8′14″W / 54.60056°N 3.13722°W / 54.60056; -3.13722