Tattersall

In 1911, the Tattersall was constructed as an indoor riding area. Its name goes back to English riding instructor Richard Tattersall. Through extensive renovations the marks of its historical use have been integrated effectively. Today there is a Culture and Event Centre in the two story tall building, used for events, conferences, training or meetings. With its contemporary technological standards and variable room concept, the Tattersall can meet any requirements. On the ground level there are a large hall of around 350 m², a room of 60 m², a foyer of 85 m² and a kitchen. Furthermore, the forecourt is suited for open air events. The Tattersall has a large parking lot.

 

Tattersall
Reithausplatz 2
97688 Bad Kissingen