Tampereen Työväenyhdistyksen Soittokunta 12/24/2009
Tammerkoski in Tampere
Tampere Amuri työlöismuseokortteli-Piha
Tampere Workers' Hall is a conference and congress centre in Tampere, Finland. It was built in 1900 by the Tampere Workers' Society as a People's House for the local working-class. The building has been expanded twice, in 1912 after the design of the architect Heikki Kaartinen and in 1930 by the architect Bertel Strömmer. Today the Workers' Hall include conference rooms, a restaurant as well as premises of the Social Democratic Party, University of Tampere and the Tampere Lenin Museum. The 1901 established Tampere Workers' Theatre was housed in the Workers' Hall until 1985 when the new theatre building was raised to the next plot.