Gohliser Schlösschen

Gohliser Schlösschen

04155 Leipzig, Germany

400 max. seated, 950 max standing
1,854 yd²
Catering freely selectable
Technology freely selectable

Gohliser Schlösschen - The unique jewel in the heart of Leipzig

Not far from Leipzig's city centre is the beautiful Gohliser Schlösschen, also affectionately known as Musenhof am Rosental. Built in 1756 by the then council architect Johann Caspar Richter, it is one of the jewels of Saxon cultural history and one of the sights of the city of Leipzig with its unique and excellently preserved structural substance in late Baroque style.

The well-kept palace garden with its fountain and statues is the only surviving garden of the once famous Leipzig garden culture of the bourgeois baroque. It is an idyllic oasis, offers space for encounters and invites visitors to linger and exchange ideas.

Today, the historic grounds enjoy a unique reputation as a prestigious venue for events. In addition to museum tours, exhibitions and concerts, it also offers an exclusive setting for conferences, receptions, galas and weddings. The culinary offerings of the charming Café Musenhof complete any trip to Leipzig's Gohliser Schlösschen.

Venue Size

Area
1,854 yd²

Location

Rental period

Rental period is freely negotiable

Technology

Sound System
Sound System

Presentation Technology

Projector Screen
Projector Screen
Lectern / Podium
Lectern / Podium

Catering & Gastronomy

Bookable with service staff
Bookable with service staff
Kitchen
Kitchen
Water Supply
Water Supply

Infrastructure

Hygiene concept
Hygiene concept
Bathrooms
Bathrooms
Furnished
Furnished
Cloakroom
Cloakroom
Artists' Dressing Room
Artists' Dressing Room

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