The Centennial Hall’s team provides support in the organization and during the events. Rich experience, individual approach and involvement in the preparation of the event makes each of them unique and refined.
The Centennial Hall is a symbol. Together with the entire complex, it is a place that connects and responds to the diverse needs of users. A number of events have taken place here, which are memorable for many guests, building positive associations with this facility over the years. These included congresses and conferences related to the European Culture Congress and the Polish Presidency in the EU Council. The Hall was visited by such persons as Pablo Picasso, John Paul II, 14th Dalai Lama and Olga Tokarczuk. It is also a place of the biggest concerts, sports, exhibition, cultural and entertainment events.
The Centennial Hall complex offers the opportunity to organise impressive mass spectacles as well as intimate business meetings. Available areas allow for full adaptation to the needs of the organisers. Max Berg, the Hall’s designer, called it “the cathedral of democracy”. That is why our space is available for everyone.
The Centennial Hall is located on Wyspa Wielka, between the canals of the Odra River, at 1 Wystawowa Street, in the Śródmieście district, the Dąbie estate. It is well communicated with the centre of Wrocław, 3.5 km from the Market Square and 3.7 km from the railway and bus stations. In the immediate vicinity there are public transport stops, a car park, a shopping mall, ZOO, the Japanese Garden and the largest and oldest park in Wrocław, one of the oldest English-style parks in Europe – Szczytnicki Park.