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Premises for hire

Tilakartta All kinds of events, small family events, corporate dinners, music and theater performances, can be held in the halls and rooms of Olavinlinna.
 
The castle houses facilities for hire for meetings, seminars, celebrations and exhibitions.

Further information: tel. +358 295 33 6942, olavinlinna@kansallismuseo.fi

Further information:

Events with catering

Tel. +358 15 20 203   

sales.suur-savo@sok.fi

Events without catering

Tel. +358 295 33 6942
olavinlinna@kansallismuseo.fi

 

 

Great Courtyard (Iso linnanpiha) - from the end of May till August an open-air stage
and auditorium with 2 200 seats covered with an awning.

In the old days in the Great Courtyard there used to be among other things workshops, wooden huts and barracks.

Great Courtyard. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
1. Cloak room. Cloak room. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
2. Great Hall - the summer cafe and restaurant, also for private occasions
60 seats

Originally the soldiers dined in the Great Hall.
Great Hall. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
3. King's Hall - the grand hall for dinners
80-100 seats

During the Middle Ages the officers ate and spent time in the King's Hall and important quests were entertained there. The Swedish King Gustavus Adolphus II had the King's Hall in his use when he visited Olavinlinna in 1622.
King's Hall. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
4. Conference Hall - a hall for conferences and lectures
90 seats (with chairs and tables) 150 seats without tables

Conference Hall used to be a room for the soldiers to practice fencing, fighting and other important military skills.
Conference Hall. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
5. Central Hall - the cocktail and dance hall of the castle

During the Middle Ages the Central Hall was divided into two floors with accomodation chambers in them.
Central Hall. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.

6. Ground Floor of the Bell Tower
Max. 20 seats

Ground Floor of the Bell Tower was a storage where gunpowder and projectiles among other things were kept.
The Ground floor of the Bell Tower.Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
7. The Ecumenical Chapel - the church of the castle for weddings, christenings and small moments of prayer
40 seats

The chapel has been a church already during the Middle Ages.
The Ecumenical Chapel. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
7. Priest's chamber - in the Church Tower of the Castle
Max. 20 seats
Priest's chamber. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.
8. Thick Bastion
300 persons
Used for cocktail events during the Opera Festival season.
Thick Bastion. Photo: The National Board of Antiquities.


Rental prices of the premises 2016

Price €
without VAT
VAT 24% Price €
King's Hall/Day
443,55 106,45 550,00
Congress Hall/Day 403,23 96,77
500,00
Central Hall/Day
403,23 96,77 500,00
Bell Tower's ground floor/Day 201,61 48,39 250,00
Chapel/Day 201,61 48,39 250,00
Priest's Chamber/Day (1.5.-30.9.)
96,77
23,23
120,00
Wedding Package 1 (King's Hall, Central Hall and Bell Tower's ground floor) 806,45 193,55 1000,00
Wedding Package 2 (Great Hall, Central Hall and Bell Tower's ground floor)  483,87 116,13 600,00
Premises of the first floor (King's Hall, Central Hall, Bell Tower's ground floor, Congress Hall)
1290,32
309,68
1600,00
Great Courtyard/Day
806,45 193,55 1000,00
Great Courtyard/Day (stage and auditorium) 1612,90 387,10 2000,00
Organising fee is included in rental prices.
The National Board of Antiquities has right to charge also other expenses (for example extra cleaning fee).
Rental of grand piano/Day
161,29 38,71 200,00
Note that the rental prices are not charged (excluding the Great Courtyard) in low season 2.1.-30.6.2016 if the catering is ordered from the Restaurand Linnantupa.