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Adventist Church

Built in 1922-23, this church was the very first ecclesiastical stone building to appear during Estonia's prewar independence era.

Mere pst 3
Ph: +372 644 7879
Mere pst 3, Tallinn
+372 644 7879
tallinn.est@advent.ee
tallinn.advent.ee/

Church of Sts. Peter and Paul

This impressive, pseudo-Gothic church with it neoclassical façade sits aside the ruins of the medieval Dominican monastery.   

Vene 18
Ph: +372 644 6367
Vene 18, Tallinn
+372 644 6367
ppkirik@hot.ee
www.katoliku.ee/index.php/en/

Holy Spirit Church

The 14th-century Holy Spirit Church is a spectacular structure inside and out, from its wood interior to elaborate façade clock.

Pühavaimu 2
Ph: +372 646 4430
Pühavaimu 2, 10123 Tallinn
+372 646 4430
tallinna.puhavaimu@eelk.ee
www.eelk.ee/tallinna.puhavaimu
01.01-15.03 Mon-Fri 12-14 Sat 10-16
16.03-30.04 Mon-Sat 10-15
01.05-31.05 Mon-Sat 10-17
01.06-31.08 Mon-Sat 9-18
01.09-30.09 Mon-Sat 10-17
01.10-31.12 Mon-Sat 10-15

Jaani Curch (St. John's Church)

The bright yellow, neo-Gothic church that dominates Freedom Square is a true survivor among the city's churches.

Vabaduse väljak 1
Ph: +372 644 6206
Vabaduse väljak 1, 10141 Tallinn
+372 644 6206
tallinna.jaani@eelk.ee
www.tallinnajaani.ee

Kaarli Church (Charles XI Lutheran Church)

Tallinn's grandest 19th-century church sets itself apart with its twin steeples, immense size and neo-Roman style.


Toompea 10
Ph: +372 619 9100
Toompea 10, 10142 Tallinn
+372 619 9100
tallinna.kaarli@eelk.ee
www.kaarlikogudus.eu
01.06-31.08
E; K-R 10-15
T 13-18
01.09-30.09; 04.05-31.05
E-R 11-14

Kalju Baptist Church

The only remaining church in the Kalamaja district, Kalju was the very first place of worship for Tallinn's Baptists.

Kalju 1
Ph: +372 5622 0110
Kalju 1, Tallinn
+372 5622 0110
info@kalju.ee
www.kalju.ee/

Nõmme Rahu Church

The house of worship located in the leafy area of Nõmme was consecrated in 1924 as the commemorative church of the Treaty of Tartu.

Võsu 5
Ph: +372 670 1679
Võsu 5, Tallinn
+372 670 1679
nomme.rahu@eelk.ee
www.nommerahu.ee

Nõmme Saviour's Lutheran Church

This modern and tall church from 1932 was engineered by architect Robert Natus.

Õie 10
Ph: +372 670 1679
Õie 10, Tallinn
+372 670 1679
nomme.rahu@eelk.ee
www.nommerahu.ee/
01.05-30.09
Wed 15-18

Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord

This Russian Orthodox church on Old Town's Suur-Kloostri street features a rich interior and a complex history.
 


Suur-Kloostri 14
Ph: 372 646 4003
Suur-Kloostri 14, Tallinn
372 646 4003

www.eoc.ee/kogudus/kogudus-3/

Pentecostal Church

This stylish, Art Nouveau building was actually designed at the beginning of the 20th century as a gym for the Toomkool school.

Toompea 3
Ph: +372 660 6973
Toompea 3, Tallinn
+372 660 6973

www.toompeakogudus.ee/

St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

This spectacular, onion-domed structure perched atop Toompea Hill is Estonia's main Russian Orthodox cathedral.

Lossiplats 10
Ph: +372 644 3484
Lossiplats 10, 10130 Tallinn
+372 644 3484
nevsky@hot.ee
www.nevsky.orthodox.ee/index.php/en/

St. Bridget's Convent

Built on the ruins of Tallinn's original, 15th-century Bridgettine convent, this smaller, modern version was opened in 2001.

Merivälja tee 18
Ph: +372 605 5000
Merivälja tee 18, Tallinn
+372 605 5000

www.piritaklooster.ee/index.html

St. Olav’s Church and Tower

Make the vigorous climb to the top of Tallinn's iconic, Gothic church, once the tallest building in the world.


Lai 50
Ph: +372 641 2241
Lai 50, 10133 Tallinn
+372 641 2241
oleviste@oleviste.ee
www.oleviste.ee
01.04-30.06; 01.09-31.10 Mon-Sun 10-18
01.07-31.08 Mon-Sun 10-20

Swedish St. Michael's Church

This centuries-old church on Rüütli street has been a spiritual home for generations of Estonian Swedes.

Rüütli 9
Ph: +372 644 1938
Rüütli 9, Tallinn
+372 644 1938
rootsi-mihkli@eelk.ee
www.stmikael.ee

The Tallinn Synagogue

Established in 2007, Tallinn's Synagogue is by far the most modern house of worship in the city.

Karu 16
Ph: +372 662 3050
Karu 16, 10120 Tallinn
+372 662 3050
rabbi@ejc.ee
www.ejc.ee
E-N 10-18
01.06-31.08 R 10-17
01.09-31.05 R 10-14

Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church

This Old Town church makes its home in a curious medieval building, complete with crooked façade and improbably tiny windows. 

Laboratooriumi 22
Ph: +372 641 1963
Laboratooriumi 22, Tallinn
+372 641 1963

www.hot.ee/uke/kirikest.htm

United Methodist Church in Estonia

The largest modern church in Estonia, this building is known for its striking architecture and wonderful acoustics.

Narva mnt 51
Ph: +372 668 8460
Narva mnt 51, 10152 Tallinn
+372 668 8460
keskus@metodistikirik.ee
www.metodistikirik.ee/

Viimsi St. James' Church

The modern architecture of this coastal church makes it well suited to the surrounding seaside landscape.

Nurme tee 2
Ph: +372 607 5070
Nurme tee 2, Pringi küla, Viimsi
+372 607 5070
viimsi@eelk.ee
viimsijaakobikirik.ee/
N 10-18
 
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