Anyone visiting the Kadriorg Palace should also consider dropping into the Mikkel Museum, just over the road. 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.
|Open/ Available||01.10-30.04 Thu-Sun 10-17; Wed 10-20
01.05-30.09 Tue, Thu-Sun 10-17; Wed 10-20
|Child ticket||1.50 €|
|Address||A. Weizenbergi 28 Map|