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THE BEST COMBINATION – A BUS AND THE MOST IMPORTANT PLACES IN TALLINN

If you're in Tallinn for the first time or you simply don't know where the museums are and how to get there, Tallinn City Tour Bus & Museums packages are an excellent solution.

The Bus & Museums package gives you the opportunity to enjoy the sights of Tallinn from our comfortable double-decker buses. You can also visit the most memorable and interesting museums in Tallinn, which have something for everyone. The bus will take you close to the museums and sights, and pick you up from the same spot afterwards – your ticket is valid for a whole day!

Bus & Museum packages:

  • 24-hours Hop-On Hop-Off tour + 1 museum of your choice.
  • 24-hours Hop-On Hop-Off tour + 2 museums of your choice.
  • 48-hours Hop-On Hop-Off tour + 2 museums of your choice.

PRICE LIST

 24h bus
+2 museum

48h bus
+2 museums

24h bus
+1 museums

ADULTS 37 Eur 41 Eur 30 Eur

CHILDREN  7-17 years

23 Eur 25 Eur 18 Eur

FAMILY TICKET 2 parents and up to 3 children under age 17 years

75 Eur 85 Eur 63 Eur
CHILDREN 0-6 years FREE FREE FREE

 

Museums:

  • Seaplane Harbour
  • Kumu Art Museum
  • Kadriorg Palace + Mikkel Museum 
  • TV Tower
  • Open Air museum
  • Estonian History Museum- Maarjamäe Palace & Film Museum

Bus & Museums packages can be bought on Tallinn City Tour buses, at the cruise pier and ships and in larger hotels in Tallinn.

 

Kumu Art Museum- Art Lives Here!

Kumu is the headquarters of the Art Museum of Estonia, as well as the largest and most impressive exhibition venue in Estonia. The museum opened on 17 February 2006. In 2008 Kumu received the European Museum of the Year Award. This is a noteworthy international recognition of Kumu’s aspiration to become a truly contemporary art museum, which is not just dedicated to collection, conservation and exposition, but is a multifunctional space for active mental activity, from educational programmes for small children to discussions about the nature and meaning of art in the modern world.

Popular exhibitions:

Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Art of the Baltic States

12.10.2018–03.02.2019

A high-level exhibition, compiled for the exposition at the Musée d’Orsay (Paris) in spring 2018. The display features the oeuvre of a number of symbolist artists from the Baltic countries, such as Janis Rozentāls, Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis, Kristjan Raud and others.

 

Konrad Mägi

24.08.2018–24.03.2019

The paintings of one of the most outstanding Estonian artists depict nature as a place of mystery. Konrad Mägi took a very unique approach to synthesising the art trends of the early 20th century.

The exhibitions are part of the programme to celebrate the centennial of the Republic of Estonia.

 

https://kumu.ekm.ee/en/ 

 

Opening hours: https://kumu.ekm.ee/en/visit/opening-hours/

10127 Tallinn

Phone: +372 602 6000

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https://kumu.ekm.ee/en/

Kadrioru Palace + Mikkel museum

The Kadriorg Art Museum introduces, preserves and collects early foreign art – primarily western European and Russian paintings, graphic arts, sculpture and applied arts. The museum is located in Kadriorg Park in Tallinn, in a Baroque palace built by Tsar Peter the Great of Russia as a summer residence.

The Kadriorg Art Museum is the only museum in Estonia devoted to foreign art. Estonia’s largest collection of western European and Russian art (about 9,000 works of art from the 16th to 20th centuries) is located here. 

The Mikkel Museum houses the collection of paintings, graphic arts and porcelain donated to the museum by the private collector Johannes Mikkel (1907–2006).

Popular exhibitions:

Kadriorg 300

24.07.– 21.10.2018

The Kadriorg palace and park ensemble celebrates its 300th anniversary with an exhibition focussing on people: rulers, holiday-makers, authors, painters and men about town. The objects on display – historical costumes, works of art, documents and much more – come from the State Hermitage Museum, Alexandre Vassiliev Foundation and several museums in Estonia and Latvia.

https://kadriorumuuseum.ekm.ee/en/

Please take notice that the Kadriorg Art Museum will be closed from 22 October to 3 December 2018 due to renovations in the vestibule.

We apologize for the inconvenience!

The next new exhibition at the Kadriorg Art Museum will be In the Beginning There Were... Köler and Weizenberg, which will open on 8 December 2018.

https://kadriorumuuseum.ekm.ee/en/

 

Opening hours: http://kadriorumuuseum.ekm.ee/en/opening-hours/opening-hours/             

Weizenbergi 37,
10127 Tallinn

Phone: +372 606 6400

https://kadriorumuuseum.ekm.ee/en/

Weizenbergi 28,
10127 Tallinn

Phone:+372 606 6400

https://mikkelimuuseum.ekm.ee/en/

Tallinn TV Tower – a view worth seeing for yourself!

Built in time for the 1980 Olympic Games in the Soviet Union and renovated and reopened for the public in 2012, the Tallinn TV Tower offers interactive entertainment with fun facts about Estonian history, 3D films, making your own video clip, and restaurant meals so close to the clouds. The memorable view from the TV Tower is unique in Estonia and in all of Northern Europe. Various events are regularly held here, including concerts, children's parties, staircase sprints and base-jumping. The TV Tower is surrounded with centuries-old Muuga woods and further away you can see the magnificent silhouette of Tallinn's Old Town. When the weather is fine you can even see Helsinki through the telescope installed on the observation deck, all the way across the glittering waters of the Gulf of Finland. The TV Tower has become a symbol of Estonia's regained independence.

Opening hours: http://teletorn.ee/en/open

Teletorn
Kloostrimetsa Road 58 A, Tallinn
Phone: +372 686 3005; GSM +372 57503650
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www.teletorn.ee/en

 

Seaplane Harbour – the most exiting maritime museum in Northern Europe!

The newly opened maritime museum is located in historic seaplane hangars by the seaside. You can visit a pre-II WW submarine and see hundreds of life-size exhibits including the only replica of Short Type 184 waterplane in the world. One of the top 3 places to see in Tallinn on TripAdvisor.

Opening hours: http://lennusadam.eu/en/visit-the-museum/opening-hours-and-prices

Seaplane Harbour
Phone +372 6200 550

www.lennusadam.ee/en

 

Open Air museum

Just a 15-minute drive from the centre of Tallinn, you will find a wonderful place – the Estonian Open Air Museum, showcasing the country's rural architecture and way of life. The 14 farms in the museum provide an overview of how families from different strata of society lived in the 18–20th centuries. As you might expect to find in any proper village, there is a church, an inn, a school house, mills, a fire station, a shop, and fishing sheds by the sea. At the museum, you can buy handicrafts, ride horses, and try traditional Estonian dishes at the inn. The museum is open year-round, offering entertainment, lovely workshops and events, and something you, regardless of your age, might not have known before.

Opening hours and website: https://evm.ee/eng/home

Phone (+372) 654 9101

 

Estonian History Museum- Maarjamäe Palace & Film Museum

The Estonian History Museum opened the major exhibition "MY FREE COUNTRY " at Maarjamäe Palace in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. The display was officially opened by the President of the Republic of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid.
The exhibition "My Free Country" takes the visitor on a journey through a hundred years, from the birth of the Republic of Estonia to the present day.

Opening hours:

1 May- 30 September every day 10-18

1 October-30 April Tue-Sun 10–18

Contact: +372 6968 630

http://www.ajaloomuuseum.ee/en