The inner chambers of the Dominican Monastery once included three wings, together called the Claustrum, of which the east wing still remains. It consists of a monks’ dormitory, library, refectory, prior’s living quarters and other rooms, all of which provide an interesting view into the lives of medieval monks. Visitors shouldn’t miss the mysterious “Energy Pillar” in the cellar, thought to be a source of physical and spiritual health.
Entrance is free with Tallinn Card.
|Open||15.05-30.09 Mon-Sun 11-17
|Child ticket||4.00 €|
|Address||Müürivahe 33 Map|