Kadriorg Palace is easily the grandest venue in town, and it’s no wonder – it was made to order for none other than Russian Tsar Peter the Great. The palace is often the setting of presidential receptions and state dinners, which make the most of its extravagant, northern baroque architecture and beguiling interiors. Built in 1718 as a summer getaway for the tsar, this humbling example of imperial luxury was designed by Italian architect Niccolo Michetti, who also fashioned the surrounding manicured gardens. The palace is home to the Kadriorg Art Museum, where Estonia’s largest collection of Western European and Russian art from the 16th to 20th centuries is on display.
Capacity: 200 persons (receptions).
|Name of Hall||Theatre||Class||Board||Reception||Banquet||Area (m²)|
|Main Hall + Banquet Hall||220||–||75||250||–||265|