Nesvizh Town Hall – a memorial of architecture of the 16th century – is the most ancient among the town hall buildings preserved in the territory of Belarus. Its construction began, under the design of the Italian architect Giovanni Maria Bernardoni after the town had acquiered the Magdeburg Right. The town council building erected on the citizens’ money was the main place for every township member to solve his urgent problems for several centuries.
From 1997 to 2004, the repair work was carried out at the Town Hall, memorial of architecture of the 16th-18th centuries. It resulted in an initial appearance of the facades, renewal of the tower upper floors. The tower regained a municipal clock (like the one in the 16th century) and observing platform. The interiors of the first floor were reconstructed for the museum exposition "Municipal self-government of Nesvizh in the 18th- the first half of 19th centuries". Also, there is a restaurant on the ground-floor.