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With its light-flooded 87 metres long and 7 metres high, the Orangerie was built as a plant room in 1723 in the middle of the Herrenhausen Gardens to store plants sensitive to cold. This elongated building now presents itself as a special venue for congresses and events for up to 400 people.

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A fascinating ballroom! On the ceiling, grey and blue ribbon ornaments intertwine with storytelling wall frescoes. The gallery building, built in 1698, has hardly been changed to this day. Concerts, music and theatre performances as well as festive receptions can be held in this glamorous ambience. Depending on the type of furnishing, up to 700 people at a stand-up reception, up to 450 guests covered.

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Further premises, which we will gladly arrange for you.

Your contact person for inquiries and bookings is for you:
Olaf Höfer
Herrenhäuser Straße 4
30419 Hannover
Tel.: +49 511 168-46356  
Fax: +49 511 168-45781

Hardenberg house

After an extensive renovation, the Baroque villa presents itself as a representative place for family celebrations and business occasions.

From the salon with open fireplace, the library or dining in the vaulted cellar, as well as a magnificent guest garden, the house offers various rooms from 10 to 100 people.

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Arne Jacobsen Foyer

The glass foyer offers space for 300 people on two levels. The transparent building integrates the adjoining flower garden as a summer festival room.

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Large garden

At the end of the 17th century, the Welfen Princes established a summer residence in front of the gates of the city of Hanover and made Herrenhausen a cultural attraction in Europe. The approximately 50 hectare baroque garden has remained almost unchanged as a testimony of its time.

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