Venues

    Kadriorg Palace - Kadriorg Art Museum

    The Kadriorg Art Museum is housed in the Kadriorg Palace, a magnificent structure built in 1718 for Russian Emperor Peter the Great. The museum's collections include Western European and Russian art from the 16th - 20th centuries. The palace's spectacular Great Hall is one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in all of Northern Europe. It’s a perfect venue for concerts and small theatre performances, and often hosts festive receptions with caterers wearing historic, 18th-century costumes.
    No. of meeting rooms when divided
    2
    No. of meeting rooms
    2
    Max capacity in the meeting room
    220
    Name of HallTheatreClassBoardReceptionBanquetArea (m²)
    Main Hall 100 0 25 100 0 115
    Banquet Hall 120 0 50 150 0 150
    Main Hall + Banquet Hall 220 0 75 250 0 265
    Outdoor Balcony 0 0 0 100 0 150
    Technical equipment
    (included in the room price)
    microphone system, Wifi
    Other facilities
    piano
    Restaurant, café, bar
    café (20)
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