The Great Guild
The Great Guild is one of the oldest public buildings in the Baltic States, open for cultural and social events, including conferences, forums, seminars, concerts, etc.
The Great Guild, for its part, was established in 1354 by tradesmen in Rīga, and the guild monopolized trade in the city until the 19th century. The patron saint of the guild is St. Mary.
Fragments of the building’s original, 14th-century interiors can still be seen in the form of an ancient column. The present-day structure was put up between 1854 and 1857. Today the building is the home of the Latvian Philharmonic Orchestra.
- The Great Hall (stage) - 224 m2; capacity: 669 seats
- The Muenster Hall - 242 m2; capacity: banquett - 200 pers.
- White Hall - 187 m2; capacity: banquett - 150 pers.
All the technical equipment provided upon request.
Contracted catering - Restaurant Kalku Varti
Price dependent on your event requirements