Hiiumaa has one town, two villages and 182 hamlets. There are 9,400 people living in the village, and in the summer, summer residents boost the population by at least half. Over a hundred thousand visitors come to the island every year and somehow all their wants and needs are met.
Understandably, a community of ten thousand indigenous people cannot provide a service economy comparable to that of a metropolis for ten times the number of tourists, but the essentials are there and a little more – you can get your hair cut or dirty clothes washed.
If he can’t build a space rocket for his guest or perform plastic surgery on his face at the moment, the Hiitian will always say a few kind words to the needy and, if necessary, blow on the sore spot.
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Countess Ebba Margaretha Stenbock had the present mansion built in 1755–1760. In 2016, after the castle was renovated, it was re-opened in its full glory.
If you are looking for a truly special place for organising a seminar, training, or a festive occasion, or if you wish to host a meeting outside the usual work environment, you might find Suuremõisa Castle the perfect spot. There are halls and rooms of various sizes with the necessary equipment for presentations. Visitors can stay the night at the student dormitories of the technical school.
The castle’s cafe-restaurant is the perfect place for a cup of coffee or a lunch break.
It is also possible to order excursions in the castle.
The hall in the Long House of the Hiiumaa Museum is perfect for organising concerts, celebrating festive events, and carrying out seminars and trainings.
The main building or Long House of the Hiiumaa Museum was built in the years 1830–1840 for the directors of the Kärdla broadcloth fabric.
The rooms have a modern design and equipment, but a historical atmosphere, and this makes them a pleasant change after the usual seminar rooms. Additionally, the get-togethers can be made even more exciting by participating in excursions.
There is a large hall and a smaller seminar room in the Long House of the Hiiumaa Museum.
If you wish, we can help with the catering.
Situated on the seashore surrounded by untouched nature, this cosy centre is full of surprises and will meet the needs of even the most demanding clients.
Kassari Recreation Centre is an ideal venue for large-scale conferences and seminars as well as smaller and more contained meetings and events. There is space for up to 120 attendees. The facilities can be booked for one-day events or longer periods, uniting work and play.
After a hard day’s work, why not recharge your batteries with a bike ride, a trip out onto the sea, or some Nordic walking? Catering is available in the Lest & Lammas restaurant.
The Kärdla Culture Centre offers different rooms for organising events:
Concert hall with a stage – seats 194 people (concerts and theatre performances, office events);
Cinema hall with a small stage – seats 120 people (chairs with writing boards, perfect for organising presentations, seminars, conferences, trainings, and concerts);
Pillar hall – for lectures, presentations, seminars;
Exhibition room – for organising exhibitions and presentations;
Study class – for trainings, seminars, lectures.
Catering can also be ordered.
Kärdla Song Festival Grounds – for organising outdoor events.
Palade Environmental Education Centre is located in a naturally beautiful place and offers rooms for organising different meetings and seminars.
During breaks, you can get acquainted with the various exhibitions and expositions. During longer breaks, you can visit the neighbouring Soera Farm Museum or the House of Rocks museum.
We offer a total of three different seminar rooms.
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