Haus Langendreer

Haus Langendreer is a cultural center and event venue located in Bochum, Germany. Housed in a historic building that was once part of a coal mine complex, Haus Langendreer has been repurposed into a vibrant hub for arts, culture, and community engagement.

Originally built in the late 19th century, Haus Langendreer served as a pithead building for the nearby Langendreer coal mine. Following the decline of the coal industry in the region, the building was transformed into a cultural center in the 1980s, preserving its industrial heritage while adapting it to new purposes.

Today, Haus Langendreer hosts a diverse range of cultural events, including concerts, theater performances, film screenings, art exhibitions, and literary readings. Its versatile event spaces accommodate gatherings of various sizes, from intimate performances to larger-scale productions.

In addition to its cultural programming, Haus Langendreer also serves as a meeting place for community groups, offering spaces for workshops, meetings, and social gatherings. Its welcoming atmosphere and central location make it a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.

Haus Langendreer stands as a shining example of adaptive reuse, breathing new life into a historic industrial building and transforming it into a dynamic cultural center that enriches the cultural landscape of Bochum and beyond.

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  • Saturday24 hours open
  • Sunday24 hours open
  • Monday24 hours open
  • Tuesday24 hours open
  • Wednesday24 hours open
  • Thursday24 hours open
  • Friday24 hours open
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