The city’s first credit union building, constructed in 1883-84 in the heart of Halle, has has been home to the city archives since 1933. After a meticulous renovation in 2004, taking care to retain the architectural heritage, the rooms now recreate the charm of the times it was built in.
The Halle City Museum is a cultural and educational institution in the city of Halle on the Saale. The main building in the immediate vicinity of the market square has a long tradition as a place of cultural education which influence on a National scope.
The Georg-Friedrich-Handel hall is one of the most modern venues in Germany and is distinguishing itself more and more as the ultimate conference center in the region.
Handel House is the birthplace of the famous baroque composer George Frideric Handel. Now it is a museum, event venue and international center for Handel heritage.
Founded by August Hermann Francke in 1698, the Francke Foundations are now a living educational space of major European importance.