The St. Elisabeth Church was built in 1835 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel on behalf of King Friedrich Wilhelm III. (1770-1840). After being ruined for almost 50 years after the Second World War, it has been restored since 1999.
Invalidenstrasse 3, 10115 Berlin-Mitte
Cultural events, concerts, performances, premium events, conferences, workshops, meetings, product presentations, award ceremonies, receptions, dinners, rehearsals, film productions, photo shootings.
Area and Size
St. Elisabeth church: 315 sqm
Villa Elisabeth: Hall on the 1st floor (305 sqm), gallery on the 2nd floor (171 sqm), Foyer on the ground floor (141 sqm), studio 1 + 2 (132 sqm)
up to 400 people - church
up to 600 people - villa
The typical antique Greek style elements of Schinkel are supplemented by modern elements. A place is created that offers space for a wide variety of events and in which history can be felt. Each event is given a special character. The neighboring Villa Elisabeth has been part of the listed ensemble since 1907. It also impresses with its generosity and breathes historical charm into every event. The ensemble is surrounded by a church park - a green gem in central Berlin.
The Kultur Büro Elisabeth ensures the preservation of the community-owned buildings of the Ev. Parish on the vineyard in Berlin-Mitte and the profiling of the places through a program appropriate to them and the context. In addition to the public cultural program, the diverse and unique locations of the Kultur Büro Elisabeth are also rented for rehearsals, filming, conferences and other stylish events.
two separate, combinable historical buildings in Berlin-Mitte, connected by a park, usable for outdoor events
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