This impressive auditorium is located in the inner courtyard of the northern campus of the Humboldt University of Berlin. The theatre was designed and built by Carl Gotthard Langhans in 1789/90. In 2012 the building was reopened after extensive restoration. It is the oldest and most important preserved academic teaching building in Berlin.
The "Tieranatomisches Theater" is used by the Hermann von Helmholtz Centre for Cultural Technology as an exhibition venue and is open to visitors from Tuesday to Saturday from 2 pm to 6 pm. During this time events can take place! In this case, public visits will be limited to ensure that your event runs smoothly.
Lecture hall 132 m²
- Space for up to 100 people (auditorium with fixed bench seating)
- The lecture hall cannot be darkened.
- It has a daylight beamer.
- Mobile media sideboard with screen and close-range beamer
- Speaker's desk with microphone
- Hand microphones
Catering area "Café" 71 m²
- Offers space for about 60 guests
- Buffet tables and bar tables
- Small tables with chairs