Built in 1875, the cavalry school was a cultural highlight in the early years of the 20th century, drawing discerning riders from all over the globe, in part thanks to its impressive list of Olympic victories. The cavalry school also proved quite the economic catalyst, generating revenues for the hospitality industry, retrial trade and local craftsmen. In 1937, despite the city's protests, the school was relocated to Berlin, initiating decades of dormancy for the grounds.
In the early '90s, plans to convert the area into a park were put into motion, breathing new life into the land. Through a prize-winning architectural masterstroke that united the school's historical aspects with modern features, the "cavallo königliche reithalle" (royal equestrian hall) now provides a unique and inspiring atmosphere for social highlights and business events. Loft ambience, tall windows, old brick walls, steel and wood – the successful combination of forms, colours and materials raises the architectural bar while affording lots of room for all the latest.
- Day and evening business events
Banquet/table seating: 250 people
Conference/concerts: 250 people
Receptions/parties: 400 people
Additional option: Reception marquee covering up to 350 sq.m.
Up to 10 spaces on the equestrian hall grounds, as well as numerous public parking opportunities in the area