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Tallinn Card’s recommendations for November


Harsh November is best suited for all sorts of indoor activities: attending exhibitions and theatres, relaxing at restaurants and spas.


The museum is housed in a former cannon tower and depicts Estonia as a maritime country through the ages. Spanning the four storeys are older diving and fishing paraphernalia, various items salvaged from the bottom of the sea, maritime maps and so on. Then there is the new exhibition titled, “Sea Painted with Sails”. This is an exclusive joint exhibition prepared by the maritime museums of Estonia and Sweden showcasing unique paintings of sailboats from the collection of Erik Ekegren.

The museum situated in a medieval merchant’s house reveals the history of Tallinn from the 13th century to this day. Here you will get a clear idea of how people lived in our city in different times. The video presentations and slideshows demonstrate the pivotal events that took place in Tallinn in the 20th century. With a Tallinn Card you can also rent the Tallinn City Museum’s audioguide device free of charge!

This museum gathers all sorts of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Be sure to view the new exhibition titled, “Anna Davidenko’s Original Bears”. Anna Davidenko is a doll and teddy bear artist and here you can marvel both at her first self-made teddy bear and some of the latest examples of her creativity. 


Estonian Russian Theatre
The Russian Theatre with its gorgeous interior is the keeper of Russian theatrical traditions in Estonia. The diverse repertoire spans the classics, avant-garde and children’s plays. The performances are in Russian with synchronous translation to Estonian. With a Tallinn Card you get 20% off your theatre ticket (except for special events)!

This restaurant and brewery in the immediate vicinity of Town Hall Square offers tasty food and seven different sorts of house beers. Live music is performed here from Thursday to Saturday. Tallinn Card holders receive a 10% discount.

The seaside Pirita Spa Hotel boasts unique architecture and is a good venue for relaxation and stress relief. At your disposal are: 25-metre swimming pool, Finnish sauna and steam bath, infrared sauna, salt chamber, exercise hall and smaller gym, restaurant and café. With a Tallinn Card you get 50% off two hours of swimming pool and sauna usage!

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