Restored in 2005, turbine hall is an integral part of Johannesburg’s architectural history, situated in the city’s art and cultural precinct. The iconic the forum | turbine hall is the city’s most coveted wedding and party venue and it is host to a range of world-class events and conferences.
Situated in Newtown, just over the Nelson Mandela bridge, the forum | turbine hall is easily accessed from the Gautrain Park Station and the nearest bus stop is only one street away. There is secure parking available for 200 cars.
In-house catering, which can be tailored to suit an array of dietary requirements, is offered and prepared by turbine hall's expert chefs.
SpacesA historical, urban-chic power station, turbine hall has been converted into an amazing conference and special events venue. Facilities are comprised of conference rooms and function venues, with a capacity to host exhibitions or conferences varying from 10 to 500 pax, dinners for up to 300 pax and cocktail parties for up to 1 000 pax. There is also a trendy, upmarket bar, private dining area and chef’s table.
|turbine hall||-||250||400||300||1 000|
|southern boiler house foyer (with glass house only)||-||-||-||-||600|
|the steam room||30||60||84||-||-|
|the engine room||26||48||60||-||-|
|the coal hopper||20||30||45||-||-|
|the power house||30||30||60||40||24|