Kai Art Centre

The Kai Art Centre is Tallinn’s new seaside cultural centre that intertwines the history and architecture of the Noblessner area with contemporary art and culture. In the 100-year-old industrial building of the former secret submarine factory, visitors will find international exhibitions, a cinema, a joint office of cultural leaders, and various venues for events. Different eateries are located on the lower floor of the Kai Art Centre: Lore Bistro, offering contemporary Estonian cuisine, the Japanese restaurant Kampai, the Kaif cocktail bar (to be opened in November), and the Suhkruingel confectionery.

The Kai Art Centre is Tallinn’s new seaside cultural centre that intertwines the history and architecture of the Noblessner area with contemporary art and culture. In the 100-year-old industrial building of the fo

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