Conferences and weddings

Do you want to organise a conference or a wedding for up to 160 people or a concert for up to 400 seated visitors? The Broumov Monastery complex offers historic and modern spaces for organising all types of social, cultural, educational and residential events such as conferences, lectures, exhibitions, corporate presentations, gala evenings, balls, weddings, meditation seminars, yoga and relaxation stays or open-air concerts.

Abbey halls

Do you prefer historical interiors? Then we can offer you the premises of the so-called Abbey halls, fully equipped with modern audio-visual equipment, including a recording studio. The premises consist of 6 rooms including connecting corridors, kitchen and sanitary facilities with the possibility of refreshment or buffet catering. The halls are wheelchair accessible.

The Anastasius Opasek hall has maximum capacity of 70 people in a theatrical arrangement with original frescoes from the 18th century. The hall is also equipped with a Petroff piano for your concerts and musical meetings.

The Dominik Prokop hall with a maximum capacity of 80 people is also called the Hall of Five Wise Men, based on the paintings of antient thinkers on the richly decorated walls.

The Fresco halls offer more than 500 m2 of hall space and nearly 300 m2 of foyer space for up to 300 people. The premises consist of six rooms including connecting corridors, kitchen and sanitary facilities. The halls are wheelchair accessible using a lift.

Kreslírna is a larger hall with a capacity of up to 80 people, located in the building of the former monastic grammar school, which was also regularly attended by writer Alois Jirásek or Arnošt from Pardubice.

The recording studio is a fully equipped professional studio that is used for recording musical works and spoken word, as well as for postproduction. The offer includes the possibility of renting adjacent halls, which are directly connected to the studio. 

The Ballet Ballroom is a standard equipped hall with mirrors and rods for 15 dancers.