USF Verftet – events, seminars, and conferences
Just a 8-minutes walk from the city centre, through cobblestoned narrow streets and alleys of old traditional wooden houses, you’ll find the former sardine factory USF Verftet – now the largest cultural venue house in Bergen.
USF Verftet offers the perfect location for your event, seminar, conference, training, or party! The surroundings being informal but the service is professional. We cater for every occasion, and we offer solutions tailored to your requirements. As a concert venue, we have everything in sound and lighting equipment for small and large events.
Our meeting, seminar, and conference facilities are versatile, and can accommodate group sizes of 10 to 500 people – with bespoke solutions in terms of technical equipment, layout, and catering.
Conference & meeting capacity:
Seated, conference chairs: 500 people
Seated, with conference tables: 200 people
Seated, banqueting tables: 220 people
Standing: 1300 people
Seated, banqueting tables: 150 people
Seated, varied seating: 170 people
Standing: 400 people
Seated, conference chairs: 50 people
Seated, with conference tables: 25 people
Seating capacity: 30 people (settees)
Seated, long-table: 30 people + 30 seats (settees)
USF Verftet, located on the western side of the Nordnes peninsula, has Bergen’s most popular outdoor restaurant with beautiful fjord views.
The ideal venue for both work and socialising! Start your seminar with coffee and bakery products, and end the day with a delicious dinner by the waterfront. Maybe some entertainment and dancing into the small hours? This is the perfect venue for your next event, conference, meeting, seminar, or party! We will do our utmost to ensure that your day and evening run smoothly.
Let us know when you are about to plan your next party, seminar, or event. We offer the perfect setting, the best technical equipment, delicious food, and help with planning from A to Z. Please contact us to arrange for a viewing and a price offer.
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