The Schlachthof Cultural Centre plays an essential role in Wiesbaden’s arts and cultural scene. It is located some 500 metres south east of the main station. It hosts a large number of rock, metal and punk concerts, music parties, poetry slams and readings. The big concert hall, which we will be using for the see Conference, has a surface area of approximately 1,200 square metres. When equipped with chairs, it can accommodate some 800 persons. We are delighted that we have found a suitable venue to house our conference.
Kulturzentrum Schlachthof Wiesbaden e.V.
The venue is within close proximity to Wiesbaden main station. Parking facilities are available at the venue as well as close to the main station.
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Visitors to the see-Conference can book an Event Ticket by quoting “Wiesbaden Conference” on the hotline number 01806 31 11 53.
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You are welcome to take photos during the event and share your impressions with the see Conference community at Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and co. – providing none of the other guests are disturbed by you taking photos.
Please refrain from using flashlights or tripods during the presentations. We will provide pictures and full-length recordings of all sessions via our website shortly after the event.
As always, we have made sure that you will not go hungry at the see-Conference, as there will be plenty of food and refreshment stalls in the grounds of the Cultural Centre on the day. Falafel, vegan burritos, organic Currywurst (curried sausages), vegetable fries, freshly pressed juices and ice-cream are just a few of the options available from a choice of our favourite local catering firms. This year we will have our cook Marcela, Fasan, Curry Manufactur and Perfect Day from Wiesbaden, and GutDing from Frankfurt. Also Möhren Milieu and Café Prego, as well as Neustadteis from Mainz.