The Lecture Hall Ruin
The Berlin Museum of Medical History serves not only to exhibit historical and contemporary documents, but also as a meeting place for personal encounters and scientific discourse.
The ruin of the former Rudolf Virchow Lecture Hall, with its historic charm, presents a unique event location that has made for an unforgettable experience for guests from all over the world. The lecture hall of the pathological museum was destroyed toward the end of World War II by bombings. After the war, the building was barely refitted and almost forgotten. Since the middle of the 1990s the "preserved" ruin has been used for formal events, social get-togethers and scientific exchange.
The room, equipped with modern conference technology, offers a unique atmosphere for a wide variety of events.
This room can be rented for:
formal events in connection, for ex., with conferences
concerts and readings
The room is suited for gatherings of up to 100 people. It offers the following conference equipment:
digital projector on demand
Guests can be served by an outside caterer. A kitchen is available for the arrangement of food and beverages. Appropriate tables and chairs are also available.