Planning a city break saves time and helps you to enjoy the whole experience. Tallinn Card is the perfect planning tool for active days for the whole family.
March hopefully will show the first signs of spring, Tallinn Card helps with everything from fun in Kadriorg park to relaxation at a spa.
Miia-Milla-Manda Children’s Museum
Built in a 1930s-era recreational centre, Miia-Milla-Manda offers fun, creative activities for 3- to 11-year-olds. Its exhibits are based around the theme of friendship. Free entrance with Tallinn Card.
Kumu Art Museum
A must-see for culture creatures, Kumu, the main building of Art Museum of Estonia, serves both as Estonia's national gallery and as a centre for contemporary art. The exhibition to keep an eye on is Kaido Ole's “Handsome Hero and Plenty of Still Lives”
The Estonian painter Kaido Ole’s brand new large paintings were specially produced for this show.
The Theatrical World in Estonian Graphic Arts in the 1970s and 1980s presents a selection of prints and poster art from the 70s and 80s that deal with the theatre and theatrical arts. Free entrance with Tallinn Card.
Peter the Great’s Cottage
This humble structure is where Peter the Great and Catherine I stayed during visits to Tallinn in the early 18th century. Alexander I and several tsars’ courtiers have also frequented the cottage. The exhibit in Peter the Great’s Cottage includes the living room, dining room and bedroom as well as newly renovated rooms in the attic and basement. The cottage is furnished with articles that belonged to the Tsar and other period items. Free entrance with Tallinn Card.
Donated by a private collector, Johannes Mikkel, in 1994, the museum’s works now make up one of Tallinn’s most impressive displays of foreign art. Items here include alluring antique Chinese porcelain, Flemish and Dutch paintings and Italian engravings. Free entrance with Tallinn Card.
Eduard Vilde Museum
One of Estonia’s principle writers, Eduard Vilde (1865-1933), spent his last years living on the ground floor of this grandiose 1850s era baroque house in Kadriorg park. Several of the rooms are dedicated to displays on the writer’s work, while the rest are kept furnished and decorated just as they would have been while the writer lived here from 1927 to 1933. The upper floor houses a gallery with frequently changing contemporary art exhibits. Free entrance with Tallinn Card.
A. H. Tammsaare Museum
Anton-Hansen Tammsaare (1878-1940) was the most celebrated Estonian writer of the 20th century. His most famous work is the five-part epic, Truth and Justice, which covers all strata of Estonian society. The museum chronicles his life and work, but just as interesting is the apartment, painstakingly restored to its 1930s original, where the writer lived the last eight years of his life. With Tallinn Card free entrance.
When tired from the cultural intake make your way spa or enjoy the last chance to ice-skate in to Old Town.
This elaborate facility in the Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel near the Passenger Port is a fantastic place to soak or steam away your worries. Here you'll find just about every kind of water-based amenity you can think of, including indoor and outdoor pools, a salt water pool, a Turkish steam sauna, a hamam and a Finnish sauna. With Tallinn Card: 1.5 h use of pool and sauna world for €6.32.
Harju Ice Rink
Skating around Old Town’s outdoor ice rink is a great way for the whole family to get into a good spirit. The Uisuplats is in a romantic setting, on Harju street next to St. Nicholas' Church. Afterwards you can warm up with a cup of hot cocoa in the next door café. With Tallinn Card 1 hour free skating and skate rental.
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