Kultuurikatel aka Tallinn Creative Hub is an industrial-looking historic building used to be a boiler house for a power plant and its 700-square-metre boiler room still contains two giant boilers, which played an important role in the history of Tallinn Power Plant. Parts of the complex – the boiler house, the gas storage, the trestle, and the brick chimney – are under protection as cultural heritage. Today, Tallinn Creative Hub operates as a multifunctional event centre, where different concerts, exhibitions, conferences, and workshops take place.
In 2017, the major events of the Estonian Presidency of the European Union took place in the Creative Hub.
The Creative Hub is located in the heart of Tallinn. It’s easy to get here by any means of transport and Congress hotels are within walking distance.
Address: Põhja pst 27a, Tallinn, Estonia.