Hanover Herrenhausen Gallery

Hanover Herrenhausen Gallery


A very special place to say "yes

Originally built for the Electress Sophie in the 17th century, the Herrenhausen Gallery in the Great Garden in Hanover is particularly fascinating with its magnificent banqueting hall. Here you can see intertwined grey-blue ribbon ornaments on the ceiling as well as elaborate wall frescoes by the Venetian Tommaso Giusti, depicting a cycle from the Aeneas saga. Concerts, musical theatre performances, exhibitions and festive receptions are regularly held in this special ambience and are very well attended. In addition, the Hannover registry office offers wedding ceremonies in the Room of Spring. Admission for the bridal couple and photographers is free of charge in such cases. Only the wedding guests pay the regular entrance fee for the historic gallery building.


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