Make Tallinn Card an essential part of your enjoyment of the capital of culture as spring brings many exciting sites to see!
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Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design
In Estonia you need to wear gloves pretty much eight months in a year. Gloves are generally speaking thick rather than thin and big rather than small. So the distinct beauty of Estonian glove making stands out from other applied art items.
This exhibition presents the glove by Hilja Kulles, Selma Remme, Hilda Kruusi, Kler Hallik, Saima Loik, Lea Walter, Inge Nurmoja and Elgi Reemets. Brochures of the gloves are on display. The Exhibition is definitely an eye opener that beautifies an everyday, familiar item.
AHHAA Science Centre
Dialogue in the dark is a show which has attracted millions of people from all over the world, but has never been seen by anyone. Take a peek into the dark, accompanied by the support and encouragement of friendly tour guides.
The specially trained guides who are themselves blind are in their element. Here roles are swapped. The sighted need the help of the blind and vice versa.
The show's format was developed by Andreas Heinecke from Germany and this has become very popular. Exhibition in AHHAA's centre is a part of European Culture Capital Tallinn 2011 program where you can walk in Kadriorg park, take part in a boat trip near Tallinn and try tasty snacks in the coffee house.
Estonian Open Air Museum
March 5 – 8 the museum celebrates Shrove Tuesday by introducing old traditions and games related to the holiday and offering festive foods. Concerts, play and village festivity will also take place.
Harju street Ice Rink
The outdoor ice rink is bringing joy to the crowds already for the 5th season. Skating around Old Town's ice rink is a great way for the whole family to get into the season's spirit. The Uisuplats is in a romantic setting, on Harju street next to St. Nicholas' Church.
One hour free skating and skate rental with Tallinn Card.
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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.
One and an half hours of spa centre use -34% with Tallinn Card.
Estonia Concert Hall
Erkki-Sven Tüür’s Awakening, March 10
Erkki-Sven Tüür, one of the best-known Estonian composers, is writing a new piece for the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Chamber Orchestra to mark Tallinn’s year as European Capital of Culture.
With Tallinn Card -15% on one ticket.
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