Coupar Angus Town Hall was built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria's jubilee. The Hall cost £4,000 to build and is a monument to the civic pride of the people of the town. Today, the Town Hall hosts meetings of the Coupar Angus, Ardler and Bendochy Community Council and is the venue for a wide variety of community activities and events. The building also houses Coupar Angus Library.
Three oil paintings hang in the Council Chambers within the Town Hall. These include a depiction of Queen Victoria's visit to Coupar Angus, by an unknown artist.