#1. FESTIVAL HALL
Room size: 14 x 23 m
Festival hall is the most luxurious ballroom in Riga. Restored to its pre-war appearance and decorated with portraits of kings, it perfectly suits for beautiful parties and prominent receptions.
Luebeck Hall and Salon located close to festival hall, allowing comfortably accommodate staff and separate banquet area. Large terrace overlooking the Town Hall Square. Festival hall capacity for up to 340 guests.
#2. HISTORICAL CELLAR
The historical cellars of the House of the Black Heads are the only parts of the building that have remained almost intact since their construction in the 14th century. During a visit of the building, one can walk through the old cellars, experience the atmosphere of the Middle Ages, imagine the daily life of merchants and discover how Riga's historical centre has changed over the centuries.
These premises are suitable for celebrations, receptions, meetings, tastings and even film screeenings, as well as children’s parties.
Various additional services and equipment are available for the convenience of customers.
#3. LÜBECK HALL
Room size: 11 x 11 m
The Lübeck Hall is used for press conferences and banquets.
Capacity for up to 100 people.
#4. THE BLUE GUARD HALL
Room size: 9 x 10 m
In 1720, merchant journeymen founded a new cavalrymen’s company, which was named the Blue Landlord Company or the Blue Guard due to the light blue, silver adorned uniforms. The Guards mainly participated in processions welcoming and escorting nobles, however, after Napoleon’s invasion of Russia they regained their military importance. During the 1880s, the guards of Riga were disbanded.
The Blue Guard room was restored in 2020, and its interior has been fashioned in the Rococo art style to honour the Blue Guard. This style was very popular in Europe in the 18th century, especially in France.
You will be able to relax by taking a seat on the furniture made in the second half of the 19th century and restored in modern times.
#5. HISTORICAL ROOMS
The room has fireplaces, 19th century furniture, paintings or reproductions, four 18th-century Moorish sculptures, and other treasures or their copies. A collection of Latvian state honours – the Order of Three Stars and various medals – can be inspected. The Museum Room, in turn, holds the new collection of silver of the Blackhead House.
Capacity for up to 60 people.
#6. THE SALON
Room size: 6 x 6 m
The Salon is the smallest hall of the House of the Black Heads. Its interior was restored in 2020 in the style characteristic to the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. No historical records exist that would provide evidence that there was once a Salon hall in the House of the Black Heads, but according to the old floor plan, it is known that there was a serving room here.
The current interior in the style of Rococo and Chippendale will allow you to experience the atmosphere of the prestigious houses of 19th-century Europe, in which festive events and balls were held and prominent guests were invited to meet in the halls of the Salon to chat, or preen themselves in the boudoir during intermissions or before the start of the event.
#7. AUXILIARY PREMISES (CATERING SERVICE ROOM)