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Spikeri warehouse complex

Since the 14th century the Spikeri Quarter was the location for loading and unloading for cargo ships, as well as the house for a number of warehouses.

Between 1864 and 1886, 58 warehouses of the present day Riga Central Market were built on the Daugava river, at the Southern end of Riga after the demolition of Riga Fortress. Intended as storage facilities for the city, they served their purpose well. 

Railway development and the growing number of carriage of goods enhanced the need for larger warehouses so eventually Spikeri Quarter lost its function role. Nowadays only 13 of the original warehouses are still standing. Some warehouses was rebuilt according to the needs of the Central Market. Spikeris takes 2 of those, converted into art venues.

Spikeri warehouse complex is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list and is the home for several cultural organizations, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and offices. Nevertheless, Spikeri is the epicentre for some of the most remarkable cultural events and festivals in Riga, such as the Documentary Film Night, The White Nights, festival of light Staro Riga. 


  • Hall 1 - 480 m2; capacity: 350 pers.
  • Hall 2 - 700 m2; capacity: 600 pers.
  • Hall 3 - 900 m2; capacity: 700 pers.

 Halls can be hired out on an hourly rate for conferences and meetings.

: sound for the 1st hall, wardrobes, bars.
For rent: A/V equipment, furniture.
Contracted catering: Sunset Bar

Price dependent on your event requirements

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