Coral Gables City Hall
Coral Gables City Hall
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8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Monday
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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tymetraveler222
Bay City, MI6,819 contributions
Dec 2021 • Family
We didn't explore this building, but drove by it a couple times. Wish we could have toured it. Just a beautiful old building with striking architecture! Lovely grounds. Love the columns and portico. Very impressive.
Written December 5, 2021
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YourHelpfulWendy
Miami, FL2,079 contributions
Jan 2021
Niiiiice building located in the heart of Coral Gables.

Parking is available around it and you can pay with the pay by phone app.

I took this great pictures while I enjoyed my coffee the day of the farmers market !!
Written January 17, 2021
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BrakiWorldTraveler
Belgrade, Serbia17,760 contributions
Jan 2020
At the end of the Miracle Mile, Coral Way, stands this striking City Hall. You cannot miss it as it's architecture differs and stands out of everything around.
There's a small sq in front, as well a nice fountain. The City Hall is built in a Spanish style during the 20's last century.
Written February 5, 2020
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AndreaUbok
Florida2,730 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
George Merrick’s dream became a reality and he stands in front of the beautiful hundred-year-old structure. Streets are colorful, fountains surrounding are Spanish themed old city hall are beautiful. A shame it was closed and there were some seedy characters hanging around on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
Written January 20, 2020
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TheBestOnly_13
Miami, FL204 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Built in 1928, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Coral Gables City Hall houses the Mayor's Office, City Commission, Building Department and other City offices. Well maintained as is the entire City of Coral Gables.
Written July 6, 2019
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David B
Delray Beach, FL1,145 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
Another interesting piece of Old Coral Gables architecture well worth at least a look. The Coral Gables Farmers Market is held nearby on Saturdays in season.
Written May 21, 2019
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Ray A
Blue Ridge, GA174 contributions
Nov 2018 • Family
I grew up in Miami, and know this building well. It's one of the architectural highlights of Coral Gables, the Miami suburb which is famous for its elegant homes, the fantastic Biltmore Hotel, and this City Hall. The City of Coral Gables was one man's dream, and he developed it in the roaring twenties, which were really roaring in Miami. Everything in Coral Gables today is Spanish in style, including the names of all the streets, etc., which feature fountains and plazas at all major intersections. (The City Hall is directly on LeJeune Road and Coral Way, so it's easy to find.) Most all the vintage houses in Coral Gables are also in the elegant Mediterranean style, with beautiful ornaments, fountains,and courtyards. It's all because that style was all the rage in the 1920's--at the same time the early movie stars in Hollywood were building similar-styled mansions. One of the most fascinating things about the City Hall is that the oolitic limestone (which we always called "Coral Rock") was quarried from a place in the city nearby. And then the quarry was turned into another Coral Gables landmark, magnificent Venetian Pool, a huge municipal swimming pool built in Venetian style architecture, with an island, restaurant, and tall palm trees. Don't know if you can tour the City Hall these days, but don't miss Venetian Pool!
Written November 18, 2018
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the wright sights
Milford, OH117 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
This city was built in the 1920's and when visiting City Hall you feel like you are back in the Roaring 20s! I was so impressed that I put together a video on my Youtube channel at "thewrightsights". Check out the history of this Beautiful City!
Written September 7, 2018
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia14,044 contributions
Sept 2018 • Couples
Coral Gables City Hall is a magnificent structure, it looks like a castle It's at the beginning of the Miracle Mile, a mile-long high-class collection of boutiques. bespoke dress shops and restaurants. The main instigator of this Miracle Mile was George Merrick, who developed Coral Gables as one of the first planned communities in the United States.
Written September 2, 2018
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lalocadr19
Falls Church, VA6,577 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
When walking the end of miracle miles, can miss to see this architecture at the end of the street. The building has different street that lead to all direction. good place to take pictures.
Written August 3, 2018
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