"It seems to enter a happy island" is the phrase that most of all captures the essence of the Roman Aquarium, the monument a few steps from Termini station. A circular building that you do not expect, that catches you by surprise, in the heart of the Esquiline. A piece of history that begins at the end of the '800 and that is still to be discovered, a real hidden pearl in the center of Rome.
Inaugurated on May 29, 1887 as an aquarium, a fish farm and a hall for parties and shows, the building - with an elliptical plan - consists of a large central hall overlooked by two balconies, the First and the Second Ring.
The central room is the heart of the building and is located on the ground floor. Ideal for conventions, concerts, book presentations, placé dinners, standing buffets, product exhibitions and exhibitions. The First ring instead, is dedicated to the various catering services of the events hosted in the Central hall and this space can be used for standing buffets, placè dinners, product presentations and exhibitions. A large garden surrounds the building and can host cocktails and events. The Roman Aquarium is the headquarters of the House of Architecture and the Order of Architects PPC of Rome and province whose offices are located at the Second ring of the building.
- The space of the Central Hall can be completely empty or set up in stalls, for exhibitions and receptions.
- The First Ring space, the gallery on the first floor overlooking the Central Hall, can host receptions, exhibitions and product exhibitions.
CAPACITY CENTRAL ROOM
- FOR STALLS: up to 250 ps
- FOR STANDING BUFFET: up to 300 ps
CAPACITIES FIRST TIER
- AS A STANDING BUFFET CATERING SPACE: up to 150 ps
- AS A PLACE CATERING SPACE: up to 120 ps