The Riga Latvian Society house
The first Riga Latvian Society (RLS) house is a five-storey building design in Neoclassical style and is the first of its kind in Riga.
RLS house was first built after the project of Janis Fridrihs Baumanis in 1869. In 1908 the building was completely destroyed by fire. The RLS immediately started the renovation and in the April of the next year a new project by E. Laube and E. Pole was approved and the house was built. The works were finished and the house was sanctified in December 1909.
RSL house has 6 meeting rooms of which all are equipped with all necessary technical equipment. Interpreting services, catering, decorations, music and concert programmes can be arranged upon request.
The primal hall of RSL is the top-floor with 450 seats in the stalls and 210 in the balcony. On the second floor entertainment events are held and rooms are used for meetings, offices and public activities.
- Big Hall - 352 m2; capacity: up to 700 pers.
- Gold Hall - 248 m2; capacity: 200 - 250 pers.
- White Hall - 298 m2; capacity: 200 - 250 pers.
- Ligo Hall - 120 m2; 80 - 120 pers.
- Club Hall - 80 m2; up to 80 pers.
- Gold Hall's saloon - 34 m2; up to 30 pers.
Price dependent on your event requirements