Small Olympic Hall

The perfect event location for exhibitions, concerts and congresses: Harmoniously embedded in the landscape of the Olympic Park, the Small Olympic Hall, opened in 2011, offers space for up to 3,600 visitors, spectators and guests.

Off into the underground: the little sister of the Olympic Hall

At first glance it is hard to find, hidden under a green grass roof. Right next to the Olympic Hall and the swimming hall, a few steps lead down to a gem of the Olympic Park, the Small Olympic Hall. A multifunctional venue with a direct connection through a tunnel to the large Olympic Hall. The ideal location for pop and rock concerts, musicals or shows. Since its opening, the Small Olympic Hall has also attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors as an exhibition venue, whether for Gunther von Hagen's "Body Worlds", the celebrated "Tutankhamun" show or the exciting "Dino World". Thanks to its modern equipment, the hall is a perfect venue for congresses, conferences, presentations and business meetings.

Key Facts
Capacity: standing capacity up to 3.600; seated capacity up to 2.000
Stage: 8 x 12 m (flexible)
Event Highlights

Since its opening in September 2011, 600 events with around 1.9 million spectators have taken place in the Small Olympic Hall.

(last updated 31/12/2023)