Photo: Kadi-Liis Koppel

    Tallinn Town Hall

    Tallinn’s Town Hall, one of the most famed symbols of the city, is recognized throughout Europe as a unique architectural treasure. Established in the 13th Century, the building acquired its present appearance in 1404, and is the only surviving Gothic Town Hall in Northern Europe. Its 14th- 15th-century carved benches and 16th-century murals are rare works of art. As the city government’s ceremonial building, the Town Hall is used for official receptions and concerts. It can accommodate up to 100 persons.
    Max capacity in the meeting room
    No. of meeting rooms
    No. of meeting rooms when divided
    Name of HallTheatreClassBoardReceptionBanquetArea (m²)
    Citizens' Hall (Great Hall) 100 0 0 100 0 195
    Council Chamber 0 0 0 80 0 110
    Other facilities