Museum 21 is located in the building Museum Building
Closing off the south of New Square, the Museum Building was constructed in the mid-nineteenth century and represents a deviation from the previous neo-classical architecture of Parliament Square. The building was a winning design of a competition to design a museum and lecture hall complex for Trinity in 1852. With Byzantine, Lombardesque and Moorish influences evident, the Museum Building is a product of the eclectic revival of Western Architecture.
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