Bouzonville Town Hall



brief description: 

18th century town hall whose clock tower is capped by a bulbous spire. The building´s hall of fame features various frescoes painted by a local artist from the 1920s. The artworks represent historical and agricultural scenes as well as scenes depicting the work environment

relevant filming facts

opening times: 
Mondays - Fridays from 08:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 01:30 pm to 05:30 pm
seat of the city council
interior architecture: 
wooden floor, ornate ceiling; different seating possibilities can be configured depending on the use of the space (e.g. wedding ceremonies)
Background noise: 
main road passing in front of the building, central roundabout in immediate proximity
situated in the centre of Bouzonville, the town hall stands at a junction with roundabout
possible disturbing factors: 
road traffic noise and background noise coming from town hall/city council visitors
Space restrictions: 
to be discussed
Time restrictions : 
to be discussed
the town hall is situated in close proximity to various restaurants which could serve as caterers
additional facilities for make-up, wardrobe, technical equipment, etc. can be made available upon prior agreement


in France, coming from Metz/Paris, take the A31 motorway going in the direction of Thionville, Luxembourg. Before reaching Thionville, take exit no. 37.2 (Yutz) and proceed onto the D918 secondary road going in the direction of Bouzonville coming from Germany or Luxembourg, take the A620 or the A8 motorway going in the direction of Saarlouis. Take exit no. 3 (Saarlouis) and proceed onto the B269 and B405 federal highways going in the direction of Metz. After you have passed the border, proceed onto the D918 secondary road going in the direction of Bouzonville
you can reach Bouzonville from the Thionville and the Creutzwald train stations. They both have connections to Metz and Saarbrücken


sanitary facilities: 
parking lot: 
available in the courtyard, approx. 20 m away
electricity supply: 
available (220V)
water supply: 


Marie-Alix Fourquenay