Volksgarten Club Disco
When locals go "to the Volksgarten", they are not normally talking about the park, but about a disco. And not just any disco, but one of the best locations, which has been a fixed point of the city for decades. The history of the Volksgarten Club Disco goes back to the year 1822, when the Volksgarten was built by Peter Nobile as a hall of columns. After the Second World War, the architect Oswald Haerdtl converted the Volksgarten into a popular dance café.
Haerdtl's typical 1950s design is still clearly evident in the Wintergarten conservatory and gives the disco its special charm. The Wintergarten with palm bed, original furniture from the Fifties, and old chandeliers is the ideal place for everyone who needs a brief break from the dance floor. In visual terms, the Wintergarten provides a contrast to the illuminated perforated sheets of the disco itself and of the entrance area, which was added during a more recent remodeling.
Today, the extensive establishment of the Volksgarten offers both open-air and indoor party nights with international greats of the DJ scene. The music consists of house, disco, and party hits.