Paderborn Town Hall is one of the landmarks of the 'Paderborner Land'. It was built in the 17th Century in the style of the 'Weser-Renaissance'.
The splendid façade comprises three gables; one main and two smaller gables, which protrude from the lateral front sections of the building. The ground floor comprises two open vestibules supported by Dorian pillars. Formerly, these served as courtrooms. The structure of the building is in the style of the 'Weser-Renaissance' and the front of the building with its many windows is particularly noteworthy.
The inside of the building has been newly renovated. Today it serves as the Council’s official office and as a venue for official receptions and festivities. The registry office and family office are the only administrative authorities resident in the Town Hall. A 'Kump' (well) in the Baroque style bearing the Paderborn crest is situated in front of the Town Hall.