This program is for larger groups (maximum 140 people). You can spend a festive medieval evening with food, performers and practise handicraft.
Program participants are escorted by guides with torches from their hotel (or town hall square) through the Old town. Storys about Tallinn's history are told on the way.
Participants will gather in Hobuveski situated at Lai street 47 on prearranged date.
Guards and a guide are waiting at the gates of the mill. Everyone is given a glass of 'Kama'
When everybody has arrived and greeted starts the tour of 'Hobuveski'. The tour guide tells about limestone as estonian national stone, speaks about dolomite, Tallinn's medival stonemasons and introduces cross-rings, stone lintels and area stones aso.
The tour is followed with a rich selection of estonian food. Everyone has a chance to experience different tastes of liqueur 'Vana Tallinn' throughout the evening.
Early music group plays on the backround.
During the evening all guests can stamp a lucky coin. The program ends with the famous story of estonian smoked crop. And there will be a lottery for a dolomite gift.
The cost of the performance for one person is 60 eur and the minimal cost is 3000 eur
The price includes:
Reservations are made from the following address