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Sustainability principles and action plan
The Creative Hub has been reducing its ecological footprint as environmentally friendly thinking has become an important topic to its management and employees. Many of our event organisers also think…
For event organisers
The Creative Hub’s environmental sustainability requirements and guidelines for event organisers The Creative Hub has the following requirements and guidelines for event organisers on how to organise events in the…
Green Key Eco-label
Tallinn Creative Hub has the internationally recognised Green Key eco-label. Tallinn Creative Hub has been declared worthy of the Green Key eco-label in Tallinn’s year as European Green Capital. The…
Official information
The Creative Hub represents the main continuation in Tallinn of the 2011 European Capital of Culture project. It was established by the City of Tallinn with the aim of diversifying…
Our history
The Creative Hub is housed in what was once the Tallinn City Central Power Station, which operated from 1913-1979. Its construction marked a turning point in the history of the…
Tallinn’s boiler room left unused for years In 1982, due to the nature of production, the company’s name was changed from Tallinna Linna Elektri Keskjaam (the Central Power Plant of…
Nazi Germany attacks the Soviet Union and the power plant is blown up During the war in 1941-1944, the Tallinn Power Plant had to survive difficult times. Plans to further…
Our partners’ spaces
Tower A meeting room with sea views This cosy space seats up to 15 people. From its private terrace you’ll enjoy views over the port and Old Town and out…
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