Bethe Hall

700 W Gillespie St, Aspen, 81611


Bethe Hall contains seven double offices and the Bethe Seminar Room, a facility accommodating private lectures and small crowds of up to 40 people, with full A/V capabilities. It also houses the library, a quiet place with blackboards, sofa spaces, and archives of physics journals and books, including ones written by Aspen Center for Physics (ACP) scientists. Bethe Hall is named after Hans Bethe, an ACP member who won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physics and donated part of his prize money to the ACP, before serving as Vice President and Trustee on the Board.