Although it resembles the colonial-era buildings that abound in the area, City Hall was constructed in 1944. Step inside to see the stained-glass windows above the marble staircase. To the south of the building is a popular pedestrian walkway called the Paseo Los Escribanos, or Passage of the Scribes, lined with inexpensive restaurants. Here you'll find the entrance to a small gallery run by City Hall that hosts exhibitions by Peruvian artists. In the back of the building
is a tourist information office.
Jr. de la Union 300, Lima, 01, Peru