“Who knew such an amazing space was available right here in Germantown?” In the days of the British manor houses, the great hall was the high-vaulted center of social activity. It was where meals were served, where family and friends gathered, where special events were celebrated and where royalty was entertained. Welcome to The Great Hall in Germantown. The Great Hall features more than 8,600 square feet of floor space. Thirteen-foot tiered windows maximize lighting, creating a daylight ambiance that’s fresh and invigorating. Night-time functions speak of elegance, with soft lighting and dramatic effects created by graduated ceiling heights reaching 13 feet. And if you want to step away from the crowd for a moment, a balcony spans the entire length of one side. Host a business reception or a staff party for as many as 700. Serve lunch or hold an evening banquet for up to 480 guests. For presentations or large meetings, seat 450 classroom style or 600 theatre style. Host a trade show with up to 50 vendors. For a cozier feel, or for conference break-out rooms, The Great Hall can be divided into as many as five separate sections. With so much flexibility, The Great Hall is the perfect venue for all your events: Wedding Receptions Children’s Parties & Events Adult Parties & Mixers Luncheons & Banquets Business Meetings & Presentations Trade Shows The Conference Center Theatre The core of The Conference Center is the high-tech Conference Center Theatre. With its u-shaped design and tiered seating, every seat is the best seat in the house. The Theatre will hold 84 people comfortably, yet each person will be close enough to make your presentation truly interactive. Every person attending your meeting, presentation, or training session will have ample table room of solid construction right in front of them. No folding or plastic chairs here—your audience sits in cushioned office chairs with flexible backs and rollers that allow movement. And did we mention high-tech? Built-in LCD projector. Bose® sound system. AV capabilities. ‘Nuff said.