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Hansen House

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4.6
based on 2,609 traveler reviews
Suitable for up to 200 participants
Total number of event spaces: 11
Largest room: 100
Total exhibition space: 200

Designed by German architect Conrad Schick, Hansen House was first established in 1887 as a leper asylum by the Protestant community of Jerusalem.

Today, the Hansen House is a Center for Design, Media and Technology offers permanent and changing exhibitions, one of which is a historical exhibition depicting the story of the Hansen House and its prior tenants. The Hansen House includes a movie theatre, fabrication laboratory (Hansen Fablab) and a beautiful garden surrounding the building that was conserved and maintained with the rest of the compound. 

This special venue is a perfect choice for conferences and event organizers who seek a historical building at a prime location. 

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Venue Facilities & Amenities

Accessible
Accessible
Air conditioned
Air conditioned
Café
Café
Restaurant
Restaurant
Bar
Bar
Free WiFi
Free WiFi
In-house catering
In-house catering
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4.6
based on 2,609 traveler reviews
  • Reut Golinsky
    Reut Golinsky
    October 11, 2018

    I really love this recently renovated place, one of "hidden gems" of Jerusalem, a bit off the beaten touristic track, in the picturesque Talbieh neighborhood. Designed by famous Jerusalemite architect Conrad Schick in 188...

  • Falk Uebernickel
    Falk Uebernickel
    July 16, 2019

    This restaurant is delicious, cosy and absolutely relaxing. I like the style and atmosphere very much, it conveys a kind of family feeling. The service is a bit chaotic but nevertheless top class :-) just relax and enjoy.

  • Laura Moreno
    Laura Moreno
    February 26, 2021

    The restaurant is delicious. We got a full picnic for two and sat on one of the tables in the beautiful garden outside. We also saw the exhibit: Permanent Residence. It was absolutely lovely.

  • Amir Bar-Maor
    Amir Bar-Maor
    December 27, 2017

    Beautiful structure that is open to the public with history and a great option for a breakfast or lunch break. It is used to day for post graduate studies and escaped the jaws of the real estate demolition sharks.

  • Ulrich Jacov Becker
    Ulrich Jacov Becker
    April 25, 2019

    The house and compound were full of various activities for kids of a range of ages - special occasion, so don't take it for usual. It was great and the kids loved it and needed to be convinced to go.