Estonian Museum of Natural History

This museum offers a fascinating look at the creatures and habitats of Estonia, as well as wildlife from around the world.

One floor introduces the diverse wildlife of the Baltic coasts, rivers and mires. Here you can get a look at a giant Wels catfish or check the colour of a beavers’ tooth. Another floor focuses on the biodiversity of the nation's forests and meadows. Rich displays of mammals, birds and insects give a great overview of local fauna and reveal their secret activities.

Species of a more global variety are covered in another section of the museum, where you can see polar bears, penguins and other exotic guests.

Be sure to check the museum's schedule for the programme of temporary exhibitions hosted on the ground floor.

Museum entrance is free with Tallinn Card.

Open/ Available Wed, Fri-Sun 10-17
Thu 10-19
Ticket 4.00 €
Child ticket 3.00 €
Family ticket 8.00 €




Estonian Museum of Natural History
Location Old Town
Address Lai 29a Map
Phone +372 641 1739
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