NB! The Kadriorg Art Museum only provides space; the organiser of each event is responsible for everything else required for the event’s organisation (including catering).
During the event, it is also possible to have the exhibition halls opened and toorder additional museum-related activities.
Events can be organised in the Kadriorg Art Museum when the museum is closed to visitors.
- Evening events can start a half hour after the museum closes; on days when the museum is closed, events can start at any time.
- All events must end by 12 midnight and the follow-up work by 1 am.
- It is prohibited to take food and drink into the museum’s exhibition halls, and photographing with a flash or tripod is also prohibited.
- Smoking and the use of live flames (including candles) is prohibited throughout the building.
Placing Orders and Making Payments
Rooms can be booked by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Bookings are only valid when they
are confirmed in writing by the Art Museum of Estonia.
The Art Museum of Estonia reserves the right to refuse to rent rooms for events the nature, conditions etc. of which are not appropriate for the
museum or during which the property may be at risk of damage.
When renting rooms, the organiser must send a guarantee letter by e-mail to Sirje Helme, the Director General of the Art Museum of
Estonia, at least two weeks before the event.
The guarantee letter must be written on paper containing the agency/company letterhead. The letter must guarantee the safety of the property and
payment for the service based on the submitted invoice. The guarantee letter must include the name/theme of the event, any supplemental services, and the date and duration of the event.
We also ask that the client’s full name, address and registration number be included.
In case of reasonable need a contract with the Art Museum of Estonia can be replaced by the signed guarantee letter.
An invoice will be sent by the Art Museum of Estonia after the event.