Built in the spirit of a grand medieval hall, with its dramatic architectural features, adorning statuary, and world renowned organ, Adolphus Busch Hall provides an enchanting atmosphere. In the warmer months guests may enjoy the adjoining terrace and garden.
Completed in 1917, the Hall housed the Busch-Reisinger Museum until 1987. Founded in 1901 as the Germanic Museum, the building retains a stunning collection of plaster casts of Germanic sculpture and architectural monuments.
Adolphus Busch Hall is available for a reception or seated dinner for 80 people.