Tallinn Museums

Adamson-Eric Museum exhibition
Adamson-Eric Museum
20th century Estonian artist who worked on disciplines ranging from oil paints to furniture design.
Address: Lühike jalg 3, Tallinn
Tel.: +3726445838
Fax: +3726445837
E-mail: adamson-eric@ekm.ee
Website: www.adamson-eric.ee
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11:00-18:00
Admission fee: 2,50 euro; Children 1,50 euro

 

AHHAA Science Centre Tallinn

AHHAA Science Centre
Interactive displays and take entertaining quizzes.
Address: Vabaduse väljak 9, Tallinn
Tel.: +3726660066
E-mail: tallinn@ahhaa.ee
Website: www.ahhaa.ee
Opening hours:
Monday – Thursday: 10:00-19:00
Friday – Sunday: 10:00-20:00
Admission fee: 12 euro; 9 euro (students, seniors)

 

A. H. Tammsaare Museum view

A.H. Tammsaare Museum
The museum chronicles Anton Hansen-Tammsaare (1878-1940), who is considered to be the greatest Estonian writer of the 20th century, life and work. Just as interesting is the apartment, painstakingly restored to its 1930s original, where the writer lived the last eight years of his life.
Address: L. Koidula 12a, Tallinn
Tel.: +3726013232
E-mail: tammsaare@linnamuuseum.ee
Website: www.linnamuuseum.ee
Opening hours: Wednesday – Monday 10:00-17:00
Admission fee: 2 euro (50% discount for Children)

 

Money in the Museum of Bank of Estonia

Bank of Estonia Museum
Address: Estonia pst 11
Tel.: +3726680760
E-mail: muuseum@eestipank.ee
Website: www.eestipank.ee
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 12:00-17:00
No admission fee

 

Bation Tunnels

Bastion Tunnels
Underground passageways from the medieval times.
Address: Komandandi tee 2, Tallinn
Tel.: +3726446686 (the tunnels can only be visited by guided tours)
E-mail: kok@linnamuuseum.ee
Website: www.linnamuuseum.ee
Opening hours:
March 1st – October 31st: Tuesday – Sunday 10.30-18.00
November 1st – February 29th: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00-16:30
Admission fee: 5,80 euro (3,20 euro for children)

 

Children's Museum

Children’s Museum
Home to all sorts of dolls, teddy bears and other toys.
Address: Kotzebue 16, Tallinn
Tel.: +3726413491
E-mail: laste@linnamuuseum.ee
Website: www.linnamuuseum.ee
Opening hours:
March 1st – October 31st: Wednesday – Sunday 10:30-18:00
November 1st – February 29th: Wednesday – Sunday 10:30-17:00
Admission fee: 2 euro (50% discount for children)

 

Dominican Monastery Claustrum Chapel

Dominican Monastery Claustrum
Address: Müürivahe 33, Tallinn
Tel.: +3725112536
E-mail: info@paideia.ee
Website: www.claustrum.eu
Opening hours:
May 15th – September 30th: Monday – Sunday 11:00-17:00
Admission fee: 8 euro (50% discount for children)

 

Dominican Monastery Museum/ Church

Dominican Monastery Museum
St. Catherine’s Monastery, established in 1246, is Tallinn’s oldest intact building.
Address: Vene 16, Tallinn
Tel.: +3725155489
E-mail: info@kloostri.ee
Website: www.kloostri.ee
Opening hours: Visits to the museum are possible also during evening hours and in winter, only by appointment.

 

Eduard Vilde House

Eduard Vilde Museum
One of Estonia’s principle writers, Eduard Vilde (1865-1933), spent his last years living on the ground floor of this grandiose 1850sera baroque house in Kadriorg park.
Address: Roheline aas 3, Tallinn
Tel.: +3726013181
E-mail: vilde@linnamuuseum.ee
Website: www.linnamuuseum.ee
Opening hours: Wednesday – Monday 11:00-18:00
Admission fee: 2 euro (50% discount for children)

 

Estonian Film Museum exhibition

Estonian Film Museum
Address: Pirita tee 56
Tel.: +3726228600
E-mail: post@ajaloomuuseum.ee
Website: www.ajaloomuuseum.ee
Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday 10:00-17:00
Admission fee: 3 euro (50% discount for children); 5,50 euro- family ticket