The Gandhi Hall is a prominent landmark in the city of Indore, Madya Pradesh. Built in the year of 1904 and originally named as King Edwards Hall,it was renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Hall after the independence. Gandhi Hall is one the most gorgeous buildings of Indore with domes and minarets madecompltely from white and red sandstone. It is located in the heart of city.

Its domes and staples are a landmark of Indore today. It has a four-faced clock tower in front. Its architectural style is Indo-Gothic. Made in Seoni stone, the historic building was constructed in British Raj Era and the same is reflected back in the design and architechture of the building. Many exhibitions are held here in addition to assembly for various occasions. This townhall is majorly famous for its garden and for the many exhibitionsheld here during the course on the year.

On special days(national festivals), the building is lit up with the tri-colours of the Indian national flag.

Gandhi Hall is a must visit historical landmark in Indore. The place will be open during the timings: 6:00 AM - 9:50 PM.