Built in 1404 right next to the marketplace in the heart of Tallinn, the Town Hall has been witness to over 700 years of the city´s trade and social activity. It remains the most important representational building in town and it is the only surviving Gothic-style town hall in Northern Europe. As the city government´s ceremonial building, the Town Hall is used for official receptions and concerts.
|Name of Hall||Theatre||Class||Board||Reception||Banquet||Area (m²)|
|Citizens’ Hall (Great Hall)||100||–||–||100||40||195|