Venues with a Difference
Erfurt Theatre, which opened in 2003, has a spiral stairway and a glass-windowed foyer that completely surrounds the auditorium and extends over three floors, lending it a modern yet graceful appearance. The gilded bar in the lower foyer is ideally suited to more sophisticated receptions. It is part of the theatre restaurant "1894", which can also be hired. Up to 800 people can be accommodated in the Grosses Haus or Great Hall, which offers state-of-the-art equipment, outstanding acoustics and a superb view from every seat. The smaller studio theatre offers flexible seating configurations for up to 200 people.Details
Erfurt Palm House
The Palm House in Erfurt is located in the city centre close to the Anger. Retaining the elegance of its 19th century architecture, the building has been converted into a first-class venue for conferences, seminars and exclusive corporate events. A sumptuous interior extends upwards to the historical glass-domed roof and the venue will also gladly provide bespoke catering for your event through its on-site kitchen. Disabled access on the ground floor.Details
Town Hall - Great Hall
The town hall enjoys a central location on Fischmarkt, one of the finest squares in Erfurt. Built between 1870 and 1874, the neo-Gothic building accommodates the administrative offices of the local government, but also doubles as a tourist attraction and a venue for concerts, lectures, receptions and weddings. The staircases and the great hall are decorated with a series of highly regarded wall paintings, which depict myths and legends, and historical scenes from Erfurt and the wider region. The banqueting hall is a special venue with a charming ambience for an exceptional event.Details
Angermuseum - Erfurt Art Museum
The Angermuseum is contained in an old packing and weighing house - one of the finest examples of secular baroque architecture in central Germany - built between 1705 and 1711. It is situated beside the Anger cloce to Erfurt train station and the town hall. The magnificent building served as the governor´s residence until it was superseded by the Statthalterei on Hirschgarten square.
It now houses the Angermuseum art collections, which reopened with a new look after a period of renovation between 2006 and 2009. The museum`s twin-aisled vaulted entrance hall doubles as a highly atmospheric venue that is extremely practical from a logistical point of view. Events can also incorporate the inner courtyard.
Erfurt Art Gallery - "Im Haus zum roten Ochsen"
Erfurt Art Gallery is in the heart of the old quarter, directly opposite the town hall. Its exhibitions provide the perfect backdrop for evening receptions and hot and cold standing buffets. The gallery is a prime example of how to combine the old and the new, the past and the present. The building to the front has a fine Renaissance façade (1562) overlooking Fischmarkt. The rear building houses an art gallery with frequently changing exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, including photography and new media. The Renaissance Hall in the building facing the square is ideal for smaller events (30 – 40 people). Its preserved arched windows reflect the splendour of this old patrician townhouse.Details
Dacheröden House Cultural Forum
Dacheröden House cultural forum in the heart of Erfurt is ideal for cultural and corporate events. It offers a range of services and an attractive historical ambience for music performances, drama, exhibitions, lectures, meetings, conferences and hospitality evenings. With various spaces that can be combined and a choice of seating and equipment configurations, Dacheröden House can be adapted to suit many different styles of event.Details
Arts Centre "Zum Güldenen Krönbacken"
This municipal exhibition and events centre is a collection of medieval buildings with special charisma. Art projects, many of them local, are on display in the Waidspeicher (woad storehouse) galleries throughout the year and also in the front building during the summer. From May to October, there are concerts, films and live performances on the covered stage in the courtyard, with meals served by the adjoining inn. Providing enough notice is given, smaller conferences on related specialist topics can be integrated into the programme, making them a very enduring experience.Details
This redbrick gabled house from 1886 served as a residence for John Benary- a partner in Erfurt`s most successful seed cultivation company and grandson of the company`s founder. Today, the lovingly restored building is used as a training centre and office building for the corporate training company Kölleda GmbH. The function rooms at Benary Villa can accommodate up to 40 people. Some are more elegant with beautiful wood panelling and parquet floors while others boast state-of-the-art-equipment and computers at every seat.Details
German Horticultural Museum
Where better to host your function or conference than the German Horticultural Museum in Cyriaksburg Castle?
The museum dates back to 1826 and the beautiful walls that surround it are even older. When darkness falls, your guests can gaze up at the stars through the glass roof and listen to the rrelaxing murmur of the oriental fountain. Palm trees sway to and fro in a gentle breeze in the banqueting hall. The German Horticultural Museum is located within Erfurt`s egapark, whose extensive grounds and grand old trees provide a fine setting for events throughout the year.
Engelsburg Student Centre
With a vaulted cellar, a modern café area and the oldest stone house in Germany (1152), the Engelsburg Centre is an interesting option as a venue. It offers plenty of scope for event organisers to be creative, whether they require a seminar room, a reception space or somewhere to stage a concert or a play. The variety of our facilities allows every function to be designed individually, whether it is for 30 guests or 600.Details