Kadriorg Art Museum is located in the stunning baroque Kadriorg Palace, which was designed by Italian architect Niccolo Michetti for the Russian emperor Peter I in 1718.
The striking main hall of the palace is one of the best examples of baroque architecture in Northern Europe. It is an excellent place for concerts, chamber theatre performances and receptions.
The main hall has enough room for 200 guests.
The balcony with a wonderful view is suitable for smaller receptions (up to 100 guests) or as an additional space for events held in the main and banquet halls of the palace.
These rooms cannot be used for private occasions.
|Number of rooms|
|Number of seminar rooms (up to 100 places)||1|
|Number of conference rooms (up to 150 places)||1|