Lecture hall ruin
The Berlin Museum of Medical History not only serves to exhibit historical and contemporary objects and documents, but also aims to facilitate personal encounters and promote direct exchange.
With the lecture hall ruin of the former Rudolf Virchow Lecture Hall, the Berlin Medical History Museum owns a breathtaking unique venue that has already provided an unforgettable experience for many guests from all over the world. The lecture hall in the former Pathological Museum was destroyed by aerial bombing at the end of World War II. In the post-war years, it was provisionally restored and almost forgotten. Since the mid-1990s, the "preserved" lecture hall ruin has been a venue for festive events, social gatherings and scientific exchange.
Equipped with standard conference technology, it now provides a unique setting for a wide variety of events, such as lecture series and workshops.
This location is rented in particular for
- Press conferences
- Scientific seminars
- Festive evenings, e.g. at congresses
- Product presentations
- Private celebrations on request (no weddings, bachelor parties and christenings)
- Microphone system
- Video projector and notebook on request
The location can hold up to 100 people, but this depends on the seating preference.guests can be fed by an external caterer. A kitchen for the preparation of food and beverages and sufficient furniture are available.