Private Events & Rentals

Are you planning a large corporate event or a private celebration? The Weserburg offers ideal premises for various occasions. The historic warehouse architecture combined with contemporary art creates a unique atmosphere.

To ensure that your event is a success according to your specific wishes, we cooperate with you in advance regarding all relevant questions. From seating arrangements to technical support, we will be happy to advise you. It is of course possible to book special guided tours of the current exhibitions and collection presentations as part of your event.

Please note that the rooms are not available at all times. We ask for a timely telephone consultation. Rental prices are available upon request.


Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst
Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen

Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
+49 (0)421 59839-0


Library, Photo: Patrick Drescher

The library of the Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst contains approximately 10,000 volumes. The focus is on publications about the visual arts since the 1960s, on catalogues of private as well as museum collections in Germany and abroad, as well as on numerous art journals and handbooks concerning the Weserburg’s current exhibitions.

A selected part of the library is integrated into the exhibition area. Comfortable seating areas provide an opportunity to linger, read, or engage in conversation. Large tables and free Wi-Fi also enable concentrated work.

The library offers a special ambience for various occasions. Lectures, talks, concerts and many other public and private events are regularly held here. The room also has all the technical media needed for conferences or workshops.

Room Size: approx. 130 m²
Capacity: up to 60 people

Hans Otte. Klanghaus

Hans Otte Klanghaus, Photo: Björn Behrens

The Klanghaus is one of the Weserburg’s most spectacular spaces. In one of the four gables, it is as wide as the building itself. High above the city’s rooftops, it offers a unique view of the Hanseatic city’s panorama on both sides of the Weser River. The name of this unusual exhibition space honors the famous Bremen artist and composer Hans Otte, who created a sound installation especially for this location when the museum was founded.

Room Size: approx. 300 m²
Capacity: up to 99 people

Project Space

View into the project space - filled with an olfactory artwork by Luca Vitone as part of "Smell it! Geruch in der Kunst", Photo: Franziska von den Driesch

The Project Space offers an excellent setting for larger events. With its long window front facing the small Weser River, it gives the area a friendly light. Various conferences, exhibition projects and also festivals could be successfully realized here. The space is located on the ground floor of the Weserburg with a separate entrance right next to the museum ticket office. The immediate proximity to the cloakroom, the restrooms, and the main entrance offers additional advantages.

The space has been acoustically upgraded and offers free Wi-Fi.

Room Size: approx. 210 m²
Capacity: up to 150 people