The Assembly Hall
The Assembly Hall in the main building of the University of Tartu is one of the finest specimens of classicist architecture in Estonia. The Assembly Hall inauguration ceremony was held in 1809, and since then all major events at the university have been celebrated there. Because of its excellent acoustic properties, the Assembly Hall is a superb venue for concerts. The hall's spaciousness makes it also suitable for use as a conference venue. The hall has a seating capacity of 470 (340 on the floor, 130 on the balcony).
Facility Rental in Tallinn
The university's Tallinn office offers lecture rooms equipped with modern presentation technology. The rooms are suitable for holding conferences, seminars and other training events, and are located in the centre of Tallinn at 3 Teatri Square.
Lecture rooms in Tartu
Lecture rooms can be used in agreement with the Institute that is arranging the use of the room. In order to book a lecture room, a written application should be sent to the contact person at least one week before the date of intended use. The application must indicate who will be using the room, contact information, the purpose of the booking, time and date of intended use and specify the technical equipment needed.