Tallinn offers a wide selection of stunning venues to make your event truly unforgettable. Whether you’re after a hidden gem or a one-of-a-kind concept space, you’ll be surprised what you can find here. From a historical power station building turned into industrial-chic venue, Northern Europe’s best maritime museum, former submarine factory, ultramodern cruise terminal to art galleries – there’s something for everyone. These unusual settings each offer something different, but they all have one thing in common: they’re top-notch. Take a look at our pick of the Tallinn’s finest venues for hosting receptions, gala dinners  or off-site meetings.

Tallinn Creative Hub

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The Tallinn Creative Hub is housed in a historic power plant building, providing a captivating 20th-century industrial backdrop for any event. Originally serving as a boiler house for a power plant, this iconic structure still boasts its impressive 700-square-metre boiler room, featuring two colossal boilers that hold significant historical significance within the Tallinn Power Plant’s legacy. Certain components of the complex, including the boiler house, gas storage, trestle, and brick chimney, are safeguarded as cultural heritage sites. Today, the Tallinn Creative Hub functions as a versatile event center, hosting a diverse array of concerts, exhibitions, conferences, and workshops. Its multifunctional spaces offer event organizers a plethora of possibilities for designing memorable experiences. The hub comprises nine halls, each exuding an inspiring industrial ambiance. Notable spaces include the Cauldron Hall, a spacious area spanning 700 m² suitable for seminars, concerts, galas, and exhibitions. The Black Box, spanning 504 m², can accommodate over 600 seated guests, depending on the seating arrangement. Conveniently located in the city center, the Tallinn Creative Hub is in close proximity to major hotels, making it easily accessible for attendees.

Explore more at the Tallinn Creative Hub website.

PROTO Invention Factory

PROTO Invention Factory, situated within the historic Noblessner shipyard complex, offers immersive experiences suitable for all ages. At PROTO, cutting-edge virtual reality technology merges with prototypes of century-old machinery, resulting in an engaging experimental environment. The venue caters to both intimate gatherings and grand gala dinners. Striking installations adorn the space, eliminating the need for additional design efforts by organisers. Guests have the option to rent the hall with or without guided access to the inventions. Should they choose guided access, knowledgeable guides are on hand to demonstrate how to use the inventions and share their historical significance. Moreover, the layout allows for the removal of inventions to create space for a stage and dance area within the room. The PROTO Exhibition Hall is available for rent outside of regular opening hours, or guests can explore the inventions during events held in other rooms. With a capacity of up to 600 guests for receptions and 200 guests for gala-style events, the PROTO Invention Factory offers ample space and versatility for various occasions.

See more at PROTO Invention Factory web site

Seaplane Harbour

The Seaplane Harbour is one of the most stunning places in Tallinn: it accommodates one of Europe’s largest maritime museums. Here you can admire an authentic submarine from the 1930s, a century-old steam-powered icebreaker from 1914 or a seaplane replica dating back to 1915. The Seaplane Hangar, which is the heart of the building, was constructed in 1916-1917 as part of the sea fortress system. Between 1918 and 1940, the hangar was used by the Estonian Air Force and seaplanes were stored and repaired in the Seaplane Harbour. This building is one of the most significant engineering and technical accomplishments of the 20th century. It was one of the first buildings in the world that was this large and it has concrete domes with no internal support pillars. The central hangar of this unforgettable venue can be privatized for special evening events. It can accommodate as many as 1,500 guests for receptions and 700 guests for seated dinners.

Event planners never have to worry about decorating here – guests are already surrounded by authentic artefacts from the 1930s, including a submarine, underwater mines, shipwrecks, and other nautical treasures The historic Lembit submarine can be used as a stage for solo singers, harp players, rock bands and the like. The venue also offers memorable solutions for events with less than 100 participants. In any case, the space can be divided and the participants divided into groups. Unique taste experiences are guaranteed in collaboration with Maru Catering.

See more on facilities on the Seaplane Harbour’s web site

Tallinn Cruise Terminal

The new, ultramodern, and versatile Tallinn Cruise Terminal is ideal for hosting a variety of events, including conferences, receptions, and galas. Its main hall, spanning 1724 m², opens entirely to the sea, providing breathtaking views of the waterfront and cruise ships. This hall can be divided into three smaller rooms with soundproofed walls for added flexibility. Additionally, the terminal features an 850 m rooftop seaside promenade. Designed as a smart and sustainable building, it utilizes marine energy and solar panels for operation and has earned the prestigious Green Key environmental label. With its spacious glass-walled hall, the terminal can accommodate up to 1400 people for receptions, 800 in theater style, and 740 in banquet style.

Disvover further at Tallinn Cruise Terminal web site

Kadriorg Palace

Commissioned by Peter the Great for Catherine I of Russia, this magnificent palace presents an incomparable event venue in Tallinn. Modeled after Italian villas, the structure stands as a prime exemplar of Baroque architecture in Northern Europe. Today, Kadriorg Palace serves as the home of the Estonian Art Museum’s foreign art collection, offering an ideal setting for festive receptions or dinners. The remarkable venue accommodates up to 200 guests.

See Contacts and further information on Kadriorg Palace web site

Tallinn TV Tower

At 314 metres, the Tallinn TV Tower is easily the tallest building in Estonia, and the amazing views from its 22nd-floor brasserie and restaurant make it a great place for special events. The observation level, ground floor cinema hall and outdoor area can be booked for events and seminars. Those seeking an adrenaline rush can try a daring edge walk on Northern Europe’s highest open viewing platform.

Discover Tallinn TV Tower rooms for rent at their web site

Club Of Different Rooms

Telliskivi Creative City is situated within the former industrial complex of Tallinn, housing galleries, design shops, diverse creative enterprises, start-ups, venues, and eateries. It exudes a truly innovative atmosphere, epitomizing the essence of this dynamic locale as a fusion of creative vitality and industrial heritage. Among its unique offerings is the Club of Different Rooms, a quirky small-scale venue. The rooms are designed in a cosy living-room style, with the main hall subdivided into 12 seating sections, each featuring sofas, screens, and interactive tables. The smaller rooms are available for individual rental or can be combined with the main hall for larger events. The Club of Different Rooms is equipped with an extensive multimedia system including presentation technology, a green-screen studio, concert-worthy sound equipment and custom interactive solutions for audience interactions.

Disvover more on the web site

Fotografiska Tallinn

Situated in the vibrant Hipster district of Telliskivi creative centre, Fotografiska Tallinn stands as a satellite gallery of Stockholm’s renowned Fotografiska photography museum. It serves as a hub for world-class art, cuisine, and entertainment, featuring event spaces, a music club, a bar, a café, a gift shop, and a zero-waste restaurant boasting fantastic views.

The event hall on the ground floor seats up to 260 guests theatre style, offering an ideal interior and layout for seminars, meetings, stand up receptions, concerts, theatre performances and movie nights in a bright and open room. The cafe and courtyard can be used for receptions, offering additional space.

See more: Organise an event at Fotografiska

Feeling inspired? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at ECB for any further inquiries or assistance. Contact us today and let the magic begin!



Riine Tiigi

Marketing Manager