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Niguliste Museum (St. Nicholas' Church)

Niguliste Museum (St. Nicholas' Church)

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Location (map)

Niguliste tn 3, Tallinn

Old Town

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Distance from:

Airport

5km

Harbour

1.7km

Train station

0.70km

Bus station

3.50km

Contact

niguliste@ekm.ee

+372 631 4330

Information

Accessibility

Restricted accessibility
  • doors width less than 70 cm
  • threshold or step hight more than 4 cm
  • gradient of ramp over 10%
2
Steps
  • number of steps above the symbol
WC / toilet for disabled users
  • wheelchair sign on WC door
  • fully accessible
  • meets international standards

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The best access is from Niguliste Street (slope up to 8%). Parking can be found on the nearby streets, at the curb. There is no parking on Lühike Jalg Street. You can also use the paid parking area of Niguliste and Rüütli Streets. There is also a EuroPark parking lot on Rüütli Street, with no discounts offered for cars with the disability sign. The museum door has 2 steps on the outside and 2 on the inside. The slope of the removable ramp is approximately 30%. Removable ramps can be installed for going up the inner staircases, therefore please give notification of your visit in advance. There is an accessible toilet on the cellar floor, reachable using a platform lift. There is a wheelchair available that will be needed for re-seating from an electric wheelchair. The security guards will help if needed.

Niguliste Museum (St. Nicholas' Church)

Founded by German merchant/settlers sometime around 1230, the towering St. Nicholas' Church now functions as a museum specialising in works of religious art, most famously Bernt Notke's beautiful but spooky painting 'Danse Macabre' (Dance with Death). Exquisite altarpieces, baroque chandeliers and Medieval burial slabs are also on display. The museum offers guided tours as well as facilities for conferences, events and smaller receptions.

Location (map)

Niguliste tn 3, Tallinn

Old Town

More

Distance from:

Airport

5km

Harbour

1.7km

Train station

0.70km

Bus station

3.50km

Contact

niguliste@ekm.ee

+372 631 4330

Information

Accessibility

Restricted accessibility
  • doors width less than 70 cm
  • threshold or step hight more than 4 cm
  • gradient of ramp over 10%
2
Steps
  • number of steps above the symbol
WC / toilet for disabled users
  • wheelchair sign on WC door
  • fully accessible
  • meets international standards

More

The best access is from Niguliste Street (slope up to 8%). Parking can be found on the nearby streets, at the curb. There is no parking on Lühike Jalg Street. You can also use the paid parking area of Niguliste and Rüütli Streets. There is also a EuroPark parking lot on Rüütli Street, with no discounts offered for cars with the disability sign. The museum door has 2 steps on the outside and 2 on the inside. The slope of the removable ramp is approximately 30%. Removable ramps can be installed for going up the inner staircases, therefore please give notification of your visit in advance. There is an accessible toilet on the cellar floor, reachable using a platform lift. There is a wheelchair available that will be needed for re-seating from an electric wheelchair. The security guards will help if needed.

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