Company parties, workshops, lectures, conferences and incentive events of all kinds can be held in the conference rooms at the House of Meissen. Hosted next to the Meissen museum and our Demonstration Workshops, events take place amidst masterpieces from 300 years of manufactory history. The conference rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology including a projection screen, projector, microphone, lectern, flipchart, and theatre seating for up to 64. From snacks and cakes to specially conceived menus, Restaurant Meissen is happy to accommodate any culinary requests. For more information, please contact us. We’re happy to create an customised offer.
Café & Restaurant Meissen serves contemporary cuisine that is at once cosmopolitan and regionally inspired. Along with its adjacent terrace, the Café & Restaurant can host birthdays, company celebrations, anniversaries and galas with up to 90 guests. Conference equipment includes a projection screen, projector, microphone, lectern, and flipchart. Our kitchen team is happy to create a special menu for any event concept, drawing on their extensive repertoire: from internationally inspired dishes all the way to classic Saxon cuisine. We are also happy to pair your menu with delicious rosé, white, and red wines from regional wineries as well as beers from local breweries.
From champagne reception to gourmet evening, birthday brunch to summer night dinner. With stunning views of the Triebischtal vineyards, the manufactory building, and the historic city centre of Meissen and the Albrechtsburg, our rooftop terrace offers a one-of-a-kind setting for private events of all sorts. Both internationally savvy and rooted in the region, Restaurant Meissen is at hand to make culinary wishes and menu ideas come to life on Meissen porcelain. A selection of excellent wines from regional vintners as well as Saxon beers are on offer to round out the menu with a delectable toast. For more information, please contact us. We’re happy to create an individual offer.
Culinary history in the museum
Built in 1916 in the style of a Neoclassical banquet hall, the Meissen Porcelain Foundation Museum is home to a vast collection of Meissen porcelain from the manufactory’s over 300 years of history. The diversity of styles and approaches that have grown over the centuries is an expression of a way of life – an appreciation for craftsmanship and tradition. From gourmet evenings and Gatsby galas all the way to employee celebrations and wedding receptions – surrounded by historic porcelain masterpieces, the museum’s exhibition hall is an elegant venue for private events of up to 130 people. In order to meet the needs of a variety of celebrations and event concepts, Meissen offers a hire service for tableware from different eras in a variety of shapes and styles.