ein Industriedenkmal als Veranstaltungsort




An industrial monument and event venue
The first section of Hall's Salzlager dates back to 1822. The warehousing facilities were enlarged a number of times before 1870 to store up to 3,400 tonnes of salt from the town's salt works. The boiling and salt processing areas were in use until the 1960s when the salt mines closed. From 1995-97, the Salzlager was transformed into an event venue by architect Hanno Schlögl, who was charged with retaining the historical character of the industrial building.

For up to 1,500 individuals
The imposing columned hall with its 15 mighty, 9 metre high round pillars made of breccia forms the centre-piece of the Salzlager. It provides spatial freedom for everything from stylish elegance to alternative ambiance. Today, the Salzlager is disposed of complete, all-in-one amenities for events up to 1,500 individuals.

Rooms / interior furnishing
The variety of possible uses for day as well as evening events is what really makes the Salzlager unique. Two small halls and numerous adjoining spaces are available for the back-office staff, catering etc.
Columned hall: 1,200 m², Small exhibition hall above: 400 m² Small exhibition hall below:      400 m²

salzraum hall - raum für geschichten