Address: Põhja pst 29, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia
The Tallinn Creative Hub is a historic power plant building that has been fully revamped and preserved – bricks, boilers and all. It was opened as an event venue in November 2015.
This fantastic example of early-20th-century industrial architecture served as part of the city’s central power plant from 1913 to 1979. It’s name in Estonian translates to ‘Culture Cauldron’ in reference to the former boiler room that now makes up the largest meeting space of the 500-person venue.
A pair of giant, steam boilers is the prominent feature of the Cauldron Hall, a high-ceilinged room that offers 700 m² of space for seminars, concerts, galas, exhibitions and the like. At 504 m², the slightly smaller Black Box can accommodate more than 500 seated guests, depending on the arrangement. In total, 6 breakout rooms are also available for rent.
How to get there:
Tallinn Creative Hub is situated within walking distance of the Old Town.
It can be reached by taking trams no. 1 (Kopli–Kadriorg) and 2 (Kopli–Suur-Paala), and getting off at the Linnahall stop.
Buses no. 3 (Veerenni–Randla), 21 (Balti jaam–Landi), 21B (Balti jaam–Kakumäe), 41 (Balti jaam–Landi), 41B (Balti jaam–Kakumäe) and 73 (Veerenni–Tööstuse) also stop here.
Coming by car, remember that parking fees apply 24/7 in the Old Town. Visitors to the Creative Hub can park in the car parks surrounding Linnahall for a fee.
The P1 unmonitored car park is located in the City Centre zone, where the conditions and fees decreed by the City of Tallinn apply. Parking fees apply from 7:00–19:00 Monday-Friday and 8:00–15:00 on Saturdays. Parking is free on Sundays and at other times. Find out more: www.tallinn.ee/est/Tasuline-parkimine.
The P2 car park only allows parking with a written permit issued by the Creative Hub, on the basis of a parking card.
The fees and conditions of the P3 car park have been decreed by the proprietor. Parking zones near to Kultuurikatel