Arusha International Conference Centre

See also Arusha (disambiguation).

Arusha International Conference Centre
Address East African Community Boulevard
Location Arusha, Tanzania
Coordinates 3°22′4″S 36°41′46″E / 3.36778°S 36.69611°E / -3.36778; 36.69611
Owner Tanzanian Government (100%)
Operator Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Opened 1977 (1977)
Former names
EAC Headquarters
Classroom-style seating
Banquet/ballroom 130-2,500
Theatre seating
Enclosed space
  Total space 5,420 square metres (58,300 sq ft)

The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) located in Arusha, is the leading conference venue in Tanzania. It is 100% owned by the Government of Tanzania; however, operating without receiving any subsidies.

It has a total of 10 meeting rooms which cater for conferences, workshops, seminars, and committee meetings, with a seating capacity of 10 to 1000 delegates. Most of these rooms are equipped with Simultaneous Interpretation Systems (SIS) which can handle up to 12 languages.[2]

Major tenants include:

Simba Hall was expanded to accommodate 1,313 delegates from its former capacity of 1,000 for the 8th Sullivan Summit.[3]



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