Housed in a 15th-century building that used to serve as the Town Council’s prison, Tallinn’s Museum of Photography traces the history of the art, which came to Tallinn a little more than 150 years ago. A large collection of antique cameras is on display, as are numerous photos and even a re-created early 20th-century darkroom.
|Open/ Available||1.03-31.10 Thu-Tue 10:30-18
1.11-28.02 Thu-Tue 10-17:30
|Child ticket||1.00 €|
|Family ticket||3.80 €|
|Address||Raekoja 4 Map|