Event Venues with Industrial Charm in Zurich
Airy halls, concrete, brick – these locations in Zurich bear witness to their industrial past.

Former Factory Halls for Events in Zurich

Event locations with industrial charm in Switzerland are extremely popular for large and out-of-the-ordinary occasions.

Zurich has many former factory buildings where turbines were once built, paper was manufactured, or beer was brewed. Nowadays, equipped with state-of-the-art technology, they serve as spaces for all kinds of events, yet still retain that raw industrial edge.

Contact the Zurich Convention Bureau to make a non-binding inquiry and for further assistance with planning your event.


Designed in the style of a speakeasy in the Chicago of the Roaring Twenties, at this event hall, guests can also enjoy gaming and dance shows.
Flexible lighting and equipment create a special atmosphere for a wide variety of events in the former ABB factory hall.
Inside the former components foundry, raw industrial character fuses with a cozy hearthside feel. Each of the six rooms has its own special ambiance.
The Papiersaal may have an industrial past, but the atmosphere is warm and comfortable, thanks to a flexible system of red velvet drapes.
The hall inside the Alte Sihlpapierfabrik can be tailored to each individual event and offers plenty of space for creativity.
The foundry hall in Puls 5 is at the heart of the hip Zürich-West quarter and gives an urban edge to trade shows and events of all kinds.
This unusual congress center is located in Baden, 20km (12 miles) from Zurich, and offers big event halls, seminar rooms, movie theaters, and a hotel.
Once, ships were built here. Today, the beautiful brick building is filled with theater and jazz. The hall and the foyer can be hired for events.
The one-time engineering works has six spaces for creative workshops, as well as a bistro and restaurant for a bite to eat after a hard day’s work.
In the charming Mühle Tiefenbrunnen is the Blaue Ente, featuring seven meeting and function rooms, a pretty inner courtyard, and outstanding cuisine.
The hotel in the former brewery has two meeting rooms, a library lounge with 33,000 books, and spectacular thermal baths on the roof.
The unique Limmathaus building was inaugurated in 1931 and today offers ultramodern and flexible spaces for all types of events.
From gala dinners to rock concerts: the former factory production hall is equipped for every kind of event, and even has a rooftop terrace.
The contemporary space in the Löwenbräukunst complex impresses with 15 ft high ceilings and a large terrace.

Halle 622

The spacious event hall in a former high voltage factory is the perfect setting for conventions, trade fairs, concerts and other events.

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