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Tallinn Card recommends for February


February is the month of the birthday of the Republic of Estonia. This is a good time to become familiar with Estonian history, art, design and cuisine.

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The Maarjamäe Palace hosts a large exhibition on the history of the Republic of Estonia. At this venue you can also view the exhibition of the Film Museum dedicated to the evolution of Estonian cinema. Then there is the third exhibition providing an overview of the early years of electricity in Estonia. In the mews next to the palace you can see the exhibition about the German occupation.

The Great Guild Hall has a permanent exhibition titled “SPIRIT OF SURVIVAL. 11,000 years of Estonian history”. Another exhibition contains diverse finds of historical value, including photographs of the city streets from the 19th century.

KUMU is the main building of the Estonian Art Museum and the largest and most prestigious exhibition venue in the country. In February you can view not just the permanent parts of the museum, but also several exhibitions dedicated to graphic arts.

Also situated in Kadriorg are museums dedicated to the most prominent Estonian authors. The A. H. Tammsaare Museum introduces visitors to the works and life of the greatest Estonian writer of the 20th century in the apartment maintained in the style of the 1930s. The Eduard Vilde Museum, which is in a lovely Baroque house, showcases the writer’s publications and living quarters and an art gallery.

The new exhibition at the Tallinn Art Hall titled “HUNDRED. Estonian textile art from 1915-2015” offers an insight into works of textile art created in our country over the last hundred years.

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Nu Nordik
                                                 Photo: Anu Kaelussoo

Nu Nordik is a unique store selling modern Estonian design products: clothes, accessories and home decoration items. Show your Tallinn Card to get 15% off and a gift!

At the Estonia Concert Hall in February there will be jazz, classical pieces, symphonies and chamber music, as well as other special concerts. With the Tallinn Card you get 15% off ticket prices for concerts held in Tallinn when you buy them at the Estonian Concerts cash desk.
This restaurant on the Town Hall Square emphasises folk traditions both in the interior design and its choice of dishes. The diverse menu combines traditional Estonian flavours with the latest food trends from around the world. Tallinn Card holders receive a 15% discount!

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