Kultuurikatel (Creative Hub)
Põhja pst 27a, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia
Tallinn Creative Hub is a creative centre in the heart of Tallinn. This temple to culture on the border between Kalamaja and the city centre concentrates different activities within its walls and garden. Its doors are open to visitors of all ages. It is available for hosting a variety of cultural events and activities focussing on the creative industry.
This historic industrial building enriches Estonia’s cultural scene with a unique spatial experience. Tallinn Creative Hub is located in the former building of Tallinn City Central Power Station, which began operating in 1913 and closed in 1979. It can be said that only with the founding of the power station did the use of electric power become common and electricity an everyday perk.
The limestone building which now houses Tallinn Creative Hub used to be the power station’s boiler room, which was completed in 1934. The brick chimney found on grounds of the Creative Hub was erected in 1948 and was the tallest in the Baltic States at the time, rising to a height of 102.5 metres. Its construction required 800,000 chimney bricks and 100,000 regular bricks.
A kick ass party hosted by ZeroTurnaround & GeekOut Gold partners will take place at Lennusadam (Seaplane Harbour). Like any good party, our has good food, good drinks and good music.
This is a party you do not want to miss! See you all there!
Getting around in Tallinn
Order a taxi via any taxi App:
Creative hub has parking spaces around the venue.
Other tourist information about Tallinn can be found on Tallinn official tourism page.