With its characteristic blend of the traditional and modern, Burghausen is the perfect location for your conference or event.
The community centre in the new town, the assembly rooms in the heritage-protected old town and the rooms in the world's longest castle have space for up to 1640 guests for conferences, receptions or parties.
Another highlight is SV Wacker's arena, which is also available to hire for events, conferences and concerts. It has space for up to 7000 people.
There's plenty to enjoy – rooms with modern furnishings in a historic setting, a wide variety of extra activities and great food.
The community centre is situated in the heart of the new town. In addition to the large citizens' hall and garden hall, there are also seminar rooms with areas of 25 and 50 m2.
A detailed room overview with seating plans and hire information can be obtained directly from the community centre.
In total, the community centre has space for up to 470 people.
Contact: T. +49 8677 97 400, buergerhaus(at)burghausen.de
You can hire the assembly room in the historic old town for conferences, parties and receptions.
In addition to the large assembly room, which can seat up to 600 people depending on the configuration, smaller premises are also available such as the Helmbrecht room, the Salzach room and the bar.
The entire assembly room has space for almost 1000 people.
Contact: T. +49 8677 887-515, buergerhaus(at)burghausen.de
TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach is the ideal place for university, interdisciplinary and international interaction in historical surroundings. The Science & Study Center is not only open to TUM members, but also to external users.
The world's longest castle provides the perfect backdrop for parties, receptions and concerts.
The heated room, a historic vaulted hall, is situated on the first floor of the main castle and can be used for cocktail receptions, banquets or presentations. There is room for up to 200 people here.
The Gothic hall in the main castle is suitable for receptions with up to 100 people, adding a real touch of flair.
Burghausen's football stadium is also available for hire as an absolute highlight. Various areas provide space for up to 500 people.
The arena itself can be used for concerts. It has standing room for up to 7000 people and seats up to 3500.
Of course, different subareas of the arena can be used at the same time.
Your event. Your match. Your stadium. Detailed information is available here.
We are happy to put together a wide range of extra activities for your conference.
The guided tours in the castle and the old town are fun and thrilling, tracing their fascinating history.
The various tours are a perfect complement to and agenda item for your conference. Be transported to another world and revel in the stories of a thousand years of the Burghausen castle and old town.
See the best side of Burghausen – with a boat ride on the Salzach. A boat ride on the Salzach reveals the town from a beautiful new perspective. On the wooden boats called „Plätten“ previously used to transport salt, the “white gold” was transported from the salt mine at Hallein near Salzburg to Burghausen in the Middle Ages.
After embarking at Tittmoning or Raitenhaslach, you can glide softly through the charming landscape of the Salzach Valley. Approaching Burghausen, an unforgettable scene comes into view – the grand castle complex looming protectively over the picturesque old town.
Particular highlights are the musical boat rides, for example with jazz or Bavarian “ Danzlmusik”, which complement the standard boat rides on selected dates or by request.
On request, you can book an unforgettable adventure tour of the oldest working forge in Europe. For around 90 minutes, be taken back to the Middle Ages, a time when weapons were produced under the Dukes of Bavaria.
On this journey through time, see and experience the various working methods as well as the blacksmith's tools and how they operate.
A host of techniques are demonstrated, and in the team forge, a custom workpiece is made as a souvenir of your visit to the Burghausen forge.