The Teddy Hall
Versatile, distinct, and elegant
Innovation and esteem
Versatility, distinction, and elegance are the words that best describe the Teddy Hall, which is named after the legendary mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek. The Hall’s design and structure render it suitable for a range of functions: congresses and conventions, balls, exhibitions, gala openings, festive dinners, fashion shows, product launches, auctions, multiple participant celebrations, communication hub, and exams.
Location and access
The Teddy Hall is located on the east wing of the Convention Center and is accessible from dedicated road and entrance, as well as its own underground parking space.
The unique design
The commanding design of the Teddy Hall is exquisite and exhilarating. Its carpeted walls combine the typical Jerusalem stone with oak tree elements. The glass floor of the Teddy lounge offers visitors a different perspective on an archeological site from the 1-2 centuries AD, including its two ceramic furnaces, which were used by the 10th Roman Legion that camped on the site.
An adjacent kitchen, audiovisual and projection systems, eight interpreting booths overlooking the audience, floor and wall power, and communication sockets, and built-in overhead structures for lighting equipment are some of the amenities to ensure a successful event.