The museum is a place for learning about art, interpreting it and discovering the creator within. Read more Library. One of the largest libraries of art literature in Estonia is located at Kumu. Read more Museum Shops. Museum shops are located at the Kumu and Kadriorg Art Museums, as well as at the Niguliste Museum.
The Church of the Holy Ghost or Church of the Holy Spirit (Estonian: Püha Vaimu kirik) is a medieval Lutheran church in the old town district of Tallinn, Estonia. It is located behind Raekoja plats, and lies opposite the Great Guild and Maiasmokk, Tallinn's oldest café.
House of the Blackheads is one of the oldest and most renowned building complexes in Tallinn’s Old Town. The most unique rooms are the White Hall (1532), which is the first venue in Renaissance style in Tallinn, and the St. Olaf’s Guild Hall (1422), built in the late Gothic style.
Jägala Waterfall and Historic Harju County Tour. Visiting the spectacular Jägala Waterfall in every season is a truly amazing natural experience. This tour also covers the surrounding area, which is choc-full of history, legends and natural attractions, for example the most famous karst area in Estonia.
Kadriorg Park continues to be one of Tallinn's favourite spots for a stroll. It's remarkable for its diverse landscape architecture, which is showcased by the various smaller gardens on the estate, such as the Japanese Garden. Not far from the park are located two other important Tallinn sights – Russalka and Tallinn Song Festival Grounds.
Kalev Marzipan Museum Room The Marzipan Museum Room gives an overview of the history of marzipan and how a medicine, made in chemist's shops during the Middle Ages, became a popular candy later. There are 200 marzipan figurines, cards and cakes on display, which are made by using molds that are more than a hundred years old.
Kohtuotsa viewing platform. Kohtuotsa offers sweeping panoramas of Old Town's rooftops and towers against the backdrop of the modern city skyline. Kohtuotsa offers sweeping panoramas of Old Town's rooftops and towers against the backdrop of the modern city skyline.
Lahemaa national park Perfect for a day trip out of Tallinn, Lahemaa national park serves as an authentic taster of natural and cultural landscapes in Estonia. Located on the northern coast of Estonia, Lahemaa is perfect for a hiking trip and nature watching.
Handicraft groups from Tallinn’s recycling centre have also visited the Pirita Convent. The convent is always open to new ideas in the field of social work. The Pirita Convent has also assumed responsibility for the maintenance of the ruins of Pirita Convent, which takes place under an agreement with the Pirita District Administration.
Raeapteek is celebrating it´s 596th birthday In April we are giving gifts to celebrate another year of the oldest pharmacy in Europe. We give a bouquet of tea that we call " Celebration tea" to everyone who purchase Raeapteek´s book or a board game. This tea is especially made for festive times like Raeapteek´s birthday is. To get more info about the products visit our TAXA page.
The Russalka Memorial (Estonian: Russalka mälestussammas) is a bronze monument sculpted by Amandus Adamson, erected on 7 September 1902 in Kadriorg, Tallinn, to mark the ninth anniversary of the sinking of the Russian warship Rusalka, or "Mermaid", which sank en route to Finland in 1893.
St Mary's Cathedral, Tallinn (Estonian: Toomkirik, full name: Tallinna Neitsi Maarja Piiskoplik Toomkirik, German: Ritter- und Domkirche, English: The Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin in Tallinn, also known as Dome Church) is a cathedral church located on Toompea Hill in Tallinn, Estonia.
What makes the passage particularly interesting is that it's home to the St. Catherine's Guild, a collection of craft workshops where artists use traditional methods to create and sell glassware, hats, quilts, ceramics, jewellery, hand-painted silk and other wares.
St. Nicholas' Church (Estonian: Niguliste kirik) is a medieval former church in Tallinn, Estonia. It was dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron of the fishermen and sailors. Originally built in the 13th century, it was partially destroyed in Soviet Bombing of Tallinn in World War II.
Tallinn City Museum introduces city’s history from the 13th century until the present. The museum is located in a medieval merchant dwelling, and through different pictures, sounds and items, you will get an idea of how people lived in Tallinn at different periods of time.
The Tallinn Botanic Garden is located right next to the TV tower and a combined visit to these two popular attractions promises to be a fun, full day out for the whole family. Visiting the TV Tower with Tallinn Card is free of charge and the card provides priority admission.
Tallinn Zoo Tallinn Zoo is located in the naturally beautiful Veskimetsa park forest that is rich in species. Boasting the most exciting collection of wildlife in northern Europe, it is home to more than 7,700 specimens belonging to almost 600 species or subspecies from Australia to Alaska.
The castle with its late Baroque façade was built between 1767 and 1773. The history of Toompea is the story of the rulers and conquerors of Estonia, each of whom moulded and reinforced the place to their own needs and according to their own taste. Today the castle is home to the Riigikogu (the Estonian parliament).
The Walls of Tallinn are the medieval defensive walls constructed around the city of Tallinn in Estonia. History. The first wall around Tallinn was ordered to be constructed by Margaret Sambiria in 1265 and for that reason, it was known as the Margaret Wall.