Creative Hub is a creative centre and a place for cultural events in the heart of Tallinn. Its doors are open for all visitors, and it is the venue for various workshops, seminars, conferences, festivals, exhibitions and much more.
In 1913–1979, this thoroughly renovated building was home to Tallinn City Central Power Station. With the founding of the power station at the time, the use of electric power became common in Estonia. The Creative Hub is named after the former boiler room (Kultuurikatel in Estonian). Completed in 1934, this part of the building with limestone walls is now used by art-minded, creative people. The former power station’s first serious encounter with art occurred in 1977, when Andrei Tarkovsky used the complex as a set for his cult film “Stalker”.