We offer you suitable premises for your event. It doesn’t matter if it is for 10 or 1000 participants, modern, elegant or formal – we have exactly what you require. We will help you with your choice – just get in touch with us.
You find details of the event and congress facilities on the following pages.
The ‘Dornse’ is the city’s state parlour in the Old Town Hall, one of the most beautiful medieval historic buildings in Braunschweig. Today, the Old Town Hall serves as an exhibition location and representative building. Charities and private event organisers can also welcome their guests here.
Richmond Palace is a jewel of late baroque castle architecture. Duke Carl Wilhelm Ferdinand built it in 1768/69 for his wife, the English princess Augusta. The Palace lies in an English landscaped garden.
A house of science, a living meeting point around research, the imparting of knowledge and technology transfer, is currently being built in the building of the former Kanthochschule/PH (near the Natural History Museum). The rooms will offer possibilities for temporary exhibitions, speeches and discussions for interested members of the public as well as for an expert audience.
When people come together they have plans. They want to exchange and discuss opinions, explain ideas, present news, celebrate together or a little bit of everything. Whatever you intend to do: it will be worth arranging a meeting in the Congress Centre Stadthalle Braunschweig. We tailor rooms according to your ideas. For your congress, your specialized exhibition, your product presentation, your panel discussion or your conference-dinner.
As the largest event hall in the region, the Volkswagen Halle Braunschweig offers space for 8,000 visitors. Company presentations, fairs, rallies, sporting events, concerts, shows or parties – the Volkswagen Halle – centrally located at Braunschweig’s Bürgerpark – adapts to your requirements. It offers over 2,000 m² extra foyer and presentation area across 2 floors as well as a variable hospitality area, a press lounge with the most modern technology and the VIP area create an interesting environment for sponsors and event organisers.
Not an event centre, not a gallery, not a museum but a little bit of everything. The Jakob-Kemenate (Jacob’s bower) was built in 1250 as a brick building. It is one of the oldest remaining secular buildings in Braunschweig. In 2006, the architect Rainer Ottinger and Jörg Plickat, a sculptor from Kiel, gave it a new and extraordinary appearance by using a design with a rusty metal surface. Today, the Kemenate has become a modern centre for cultural events and a meeting place that can also be rented for special occasions.