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Hakons Hall

On the upper side of Lillehammer city center you will find Håkons Hall. The hall was built against the 1994 Olympics and finished 1. February 1993. It is one of Norway's most flexible multifunctional halls and offers a world of opportunities. Håkons Hall's area, capacity and room solution make it perfect for both large and small events. The beautiful architecture and the OL egg form a memorable setting around the events.

On the upper side of Lillehammer city center you will find Håkons Hall. The hall was built against the 1994 Olympics and finished 1. February 1993. It is one of Norway's most flexible multifunctional halls and offers a world of opportunities. Håkons Hall's area, capacity and room solution make it perfect for both large and small events. The beautiful architecture and the OL egg form a memorable setting around the events.

The hall is currently used for sports, cultural and commercial events both in summer and winter. Among other things, there have been events from the World Cup in ice hockey and the EM in handball for sports gala, torch prizes and concerts.

Håkons Hall is a flexible hall, where stands, rooms and floor surfaces can be combined depending on the number of people and the theme to become the perfect conference and exhibition hall. We can offer the entire 3500 sqm on one level and also have the Gold Factory, foyer and other rooms available. Together with our partners, we can tailor and offer everything you may need to complete a complete event for your company.

The climbing wall at Håkons Hall is Northern Europe’s most advanced indoor climbing wall. Towering 20 metres high and featuring six different climbing routes, various sections of the wall can be set at specific angles to tailor the desired level of difficulty. All climbing on the wall is based on use of your own equipment. For groups, climbing courses are available, as are competitions organised by experienced instructors. Drop-in or book reservations in advance.

Technical facts about Håkons Hall and facilities
• Up to 3500 sqm on one floor
• Activity area: 44 x 76 meter
• Pillar-free hall
• Maximum ceiling height: 40m
• Direct drive-in entrance to exhibition area
• Walkways under ceiling for fastening decorative elements, etc.
• Separate power system for exhibitions and concerts
• Network for telephone, data and cable TV
• Parking for up to 700 vehicles
• Spectator capacity: 11 500 seated spectators
• Flexible stand systems with telescope stands
• Easy access for disabled persons
• Electronic information scoreboard
• 330 sqm stage
• Stage curtains
• Flagbearers
• Tables and chairs for up to 2000 persons
• Round tables for up to 1000 persons
• Separate cafeteria

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