The Estonian History Museum’s Maarjamäe Palace re-opened on the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia as a history discovery centre. The historical complex, located near the seashore, combines the newly renovated palace, the Estonian Film Museum and the historical stables building, all offering unique environments for organising events.
For centuries, the site now known as Maarjamäe was one of the many places in Tallinn where people flocked to enjoy the summer season. Later, the palace has housed an elegant restaurant-hotel and an aviation school, just to name a few.
Now, it’s summer hall fits perfectly for organising dinners and receptions, as well as concerts and seminars for up to 120 seated. Moreover, the fireplace hall is a suitable room for organising festive events and seminars for up to 80 seated.
In the Maarjamäe Palace Park you will find the newest museum building in Estonia. The Film Museum has a 210-seat cinema and conference hall, café, temporary exhibition hall and a small seminar room.
Events can also be organised at the historic stable building that was renovated in late 2014 to create a new exhibition and education space. This unique environment can be used as a seminar venue for groups of up to 50 people.