Tallinn Card recommends in March
In the first spring month, Tallinn Card invites you on a fun bus tour, into cosy cafés, to spirited concerts and into historic museums.
CitySightseeing Tallinn - Open Top Tour
The views from the double-decker bus are irresistible. CitySightseeing offers three different hop-on hop-off routes: City Centre, Pirita & Historic Suburbs, Estonian Open Air Museum. The audio excursion is available in eight languages. All three routes are free for the Tallinn Card holders!
Kehrwieder Chocolaterie and Kehrwieder Kohvicum
The romantic Kehrwieder Chocolaterie and cosy Kohvicum offer divine gourmet coffee and tea choices along with an unforgettable taste experiences. Tallinn Card holders can pick up a free hand- made truffle!
With the popular Helsinki Card, you can use the public transport, visit museums and sights, hop on the Helsinki Panorama Sightseeing excursion. The card also offers discounts in restaurants, shops and other excursions. Tallinn Cards holders get 4 Euro discount on Helsinki Card for adults.
In March Estonia Concert Hall offers jazz music, classical music, folk songs, symphony and chamber music and other special concerts. Tallinn Card holders get 15% discount from the tickets to concerts in Tallinn when bought from the Eesti Kontsert counter.
Estonian History Museum
Estonian History Museum just celebrated its 150th birthday and invites you all to its fascinating exhibitions at the Maarjamäe Palace. Out on display are “Here We Are! First century of Estonian film” and a grand exhibition on the country's history“ A Will to be Free. 90 years of the Republic of Estonia”. The aforementioned exhibition is also the winner of a Museum Rat award for 2013. The Estonian History Museum is free for Tallinn Card holders.
Museum of Occupations
Video, sound and photo materials paint a picture of the life in Estonia between 1940 and 1991 under Nazi and Soviet rule. Through the memories of ordinary people, the exhibition tries to give a sense of the fate of Estonians during this period. Entry to the museum is free with Tallinn Card.
Take a look of all Tallinn Card offers here.
Happy and long anticipated spring!