The CARMEN WÜRTH FORUM is an innovative congress and cultural centre that offers the ideal facilities for events of the highest quality. Its 17 hectare site provides an extraordinary setting for tailor-made events with exclusive programmes of accompanying activities.
Designed by the Berlin office of British architect Sir David Chipperfield, the CARMEN WÜRTH FORUM features two main halls – the Großer Saal and the Reinhold Würth Saal. The Großer Saal can be partitioned and has a column-free area of approximately 990 m² for up to 2,000 people.
The Reinhold Würth Saal offers space for around 600 people with fixed seating. The premises are complemented by a large, outdoor area with vehicle access and a sculpture garden.
The outdoor area is particularly suitable for events such as trade fairs, product presentations, and driver training courses.
In mid-2020, the CARMEN WÜRTH FORUM will open its new conference area with ten meeting rooms for up to 700 people. The conference area adjoins a museum which can also be used as an exclusive event space by customers who rent the forum for evening events.
Events and conferences
- No. of event rooms: 2
- No. of conference rooms: 10
- Available space; 2,500 m² indoors / 12,000 m² outdoors
- Visitor capacity: up to 2,000 people indoors / up to 10,000 people outdoors
Daylight, terrace with view of the Hohenlohe countryside, barrier-free access on all levels, exclusive programmes of accompanying events (guided tours of Würth Museum and the sculpture garden at the Forum, concerts by the Würth Philharmonic and much more), Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, 60 hanging points in the Großer Saal, state of-the-art technology, around 500 parking spaces (free off charge), outdoor area with vehicle access for test drives
- A6 motorway 10km
- Adolf-Würth-Airport for business travellers 25 km
- Stuttgart Airport 95 km
- Waldenburg railway station 7 km
- Heilbronn 45 km
- Stuttgart 80 km
- Karlsruhe 120 km
- Frankfurt 190 km