Other Cultural Locations in Magdeburg
Magdeburg, the City of Otto, is also home to a multitude of other cultural locations and venues and is sure to surprise you with its abundance of cultural activities and entertainment.
Large and small associations, clubs and institutions all contribute towards the enrichment of cultural life in the capital city of the German land of Saxony-Anhalt and also offer culture lovers an extensive programme of events.
If you want to find out more about what these associations are, what they do and what cultural highlights they have to offer, you’ve certainly come to the right place.
The AMO is located in the heart of the city and surrounded by green spaces as it is embedded in a one hundred year old park next to the Klosterbergegarten and Gruson Greenhouses.
Where else in Germany can you enjoy such a wonderful setting? The Stadthalle, Magdeburg's civic hall, boasts a stunning location in the heart of a park situated in the middle of an island directly in the city centre.
The GETEC-Arena is one of the most modern halls in Germany and serves as the largest multi-purpose hall in Saxony-Anhalt: with a seating capacity of 7000, enthusiastic spectators can enjoy a multitude of exciting sporting events and music performances.
St. John's Church is Magdeburg's oldest parish church, which was first mentioned in 941. The western section of the church, which has a late Romanesque design, and the Gothic hall church have both been preserved. Traces of Martin Luther (a monument) and the Otto von Guericke family (a crypt) can be found both in front of the church and inside the building, which is now predominantly used as a venue for conferences and cultural events.
The «House of Music» hosts a multitude of concerts in a historic setting and is an ideal venue for an extremely wide variety of events such as conferences, readings and congresses.