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Norman House Jena
Villa in neo-Romanesque style
The former fraternity house of the “Norman” fraternity was built at the end of the 19th century. After extensive restoration, the historic building is now an attractive location for events of the most modern standard for up to 199 people.
The imposing, neo-Romanesque Norman House looks out over the centre of Jena. The building is reminiscent of Romanesque castles and churches and thus appears much older than it actually is. After extensive restoration, the historic building now offers an attractive location for events of the most modern standard.
The historic ballroom with a stage, a pub and vaulted hall, and a conference room in the basement can be booked for events.
Wonderful view over Jena
Only a 10-minute walk from the centre, the Norman House rises gracefully above the city.
The building is flanked by a balcony, an outdoor seating area and a romantic garden.