The central room of the Rudolfinum’s gallery part was designed as the main official entrance to the upper-floor exhibitions. However, after 1918 it was converted into a parliamentary canteen and in the post-war period – worse still – into a gym for the Prague Conservatoire. Its twenty-five empty wall spaces tell an interesting story: they should have been decorated with frescoes, but the majority of talented Czech painters boycotted the 1891 competition because of the large number of German artists involved in the construction of the Rudolfinum.
This space is suitable for
- company presentations
- company parties
- gala dinners
- social functions
- fashion shows
- dance performances
250 people (dinner) / 500 people (banquet)
538 m² Ceremony Hall / 241 m² adjacent ambulatories
The biggest space in the Rudolfinum is used for larger social gatherings such as gala dinners, receptions, balls etc.
Thanks to its strategic central position it allows for a conjunction with the Hall of Columns and Suk Hall.
Do you wish to be shown around Ceremony Hall or make a reservation for your event?
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