Old Stock Exchange

The Old Stock Exchange on Naschmarkt is Leipzig’s oldest baroque building. It was constructed by Leipzig merchants in 1678 and was used as a prestigious place of assembly for 200 years. Transactions were concluded, auctions were held and bills of exchange were traded here. In 1886, the Chamber of Commerce built a bigger building on Tröndlinring. Since then, the Old Stock Exchange has been used for concerts, readings, theatre performances, lectures and conferences as well as private and public functions.

To this day, the Old Stock Exchange is a popular venue for events. The unostentatious and stylish hall provides space for up to 200 people. We would be pleased to show you the building during a tour and to provide you with information on our service offering and letting conditions.

We look forward to meeting you, and are, of course, happy to give advice.

Fee for use

Floor plan


Alte Börse
Naschmarkt 2
04109 Leipzig

Robert Heinzig
0341 96 51 400


Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


City centre, a few minutes from the central station, next to the Old Town hall (Altes Rathaus); car parks in the city centre e.g. Augustusplatz or Main Station (Hauptbahnhof); tram: City centre, any tram that stops on the Ring; bus: Bus 89, S Reichstraße, train: S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S5X, S 11 (S Markt)