Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
The Spiegelsaal (Hall of Mirrors) is a festival hall built in 1909 in Neoclassical style.
It was originally located in the former Budge‐Palais in Harvestehuder Weg and was for many years the splendid focal point of the social activities of Emma and Henry Budge, well‐known patrons of the arts in Hamburg. Rebuilt on the initiative of the Elsbeth Weichmann Gesellschaft e.V., the Spiegelsaal is today once again a meeting point and festive venue for public and private social or cultural functions such as recep-
tions (up to 250 persons can be accommodated standing), concerts (for an audience of 170), product presentations and conferences.
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Steintorplatz, 20099 Hamburg, Germany, Google Maps
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