The new city hall was built on the site of the old parish hall. This two-storey event hall was designed in conical form with a light-flooded foyer. The folklore house is connected to the new building complex. A large glass opening provides a charming insight into the museum's Schwanthalersammlung. The Satinato-glass-clad and backlit lift - it appears as a pillar of light - opens up all the floors of the old and new buildings, thus guaranteeing accessibility for the disabled on all levels.
Conception and equipment with modern stage technology offer a variety of uses - from concerts to multimedia lectures to theatrical performances.
The stage section of the former festival hall in the Volkskundehaus is set up as a buffet area. Here is also the internal connection to the rooms of folklore house provided. The rear part of the old hall houses the permanent exhibition on the town history of Ried.
Various uses of the Sparkassen-Stadtsaal: from concerts to multimedia lectures, discussions and even theatrical performances.
In addition to the event area, the lift also opens the museum building, so that all areas are suitable for the disabled.
Cloakrooms and toilet facilities including handicapped toilet are located in the basement.
From the artists' dressing rooms in the basement, a private staircase leads directly to the stage.
The air-conditioning system installed in 2004 ensures a pleasant indoor climate.
Loading and unloading zone with lifting platform at J.-G.-Hartwagner-Straße.
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For any questions, please contact the Museum Innviertler Volkskundehaus.
Tel .: +43 7752 901-301, 302
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