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Tallinn Card recommends in June

June is the perfect time to enjoy the start of summer with culture and outdoor locations! Discover enchanting panoramic views from the towers of the Old Town, walk on the historical city wall, celebrate a traditional Midsummer’s Eve festival at the Estonian Open Air Museum, and discover new exhibitions, all with the Tallinn Card!

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Estonian Open Air Museum 

The Estonian Open Air Museum is its very own village in Tallinn with about 80 buildings: 18th-20th century farm buildings, a wooden chapel, a village schoolhouse, a village shop and windmills. For extra fun, you enjoy a ride on a horse carriage and try Estonian national food in a peasant’s tavern.
On the 23rd June, the Estonian Open Air Museum will celebrate a traditional Midsummer’s Eve. Throughout the evening there will be bonfires, music, and folk dancing. To celebrate the centenary of the Estonian Republic, over the course of the evening you can travel back to the important moments in the development of our state and people.

Photo by: Kristjan Sulõnd 

Tallinn Town Wall

Tallinn Town Wall, built in the Middle Ages and with 26 towers still standing, is unique in all of Europe. Visitors to the city have the opportunity to walk on a small part connecting Nunne, Sauna and Kuldjala towers, from where they will have incredible views of the Old Town and Toompea.

Town Hall Tower

The Town Hall Tower has picturesque views of the entire Old Town and its surroundings. With the Tallinn Card, visitors can climb the medieval spiral staircase to the clocktower balcony, 34 metres high.
The Town Hall building is open to visitors from 25th June until the end of August.

Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin (Dome Church's) Tower

The 13th Century Dome Church is located on a quiet square in the centre of Toompea. The Dome Church is special for the wooden memorial plaques, mainly from the 17th and 18th Century. With the Tallinn Card, it is possible to visit the 69 metre-high baroque bell tower, constructed in 1779, where you can enjoy beautiful views of the city. 

St. Olav’s Church and Tower 

The viewing platform of the St. Olav’s Church is definitely one of the places in the Old Town which visitors have to go to. The 159-metre high gothic church was supposedly the tallest building in the world until 1625. It is definitely worth taking the 232 steps to the tower’s viewing platform to enjoy the views from the top of both Tallinn Old Town and the Gulf of Tallinn.

Photo by: Kaupo Kalda

Epping Tower

The 15th Century Epping Tower explores the development of the defence of Tallinn. Visitors will get the chance to wear chainmail and armour, and handle medieval weapons, as well as make a copy of Tallinn’s first coin. The exciting interactive exhibits on six floors of the tower appeal to visitors both big and small!

Photo by: Paul Kuimet

Kumu Art Museum 

Kumu is the main building of the Art Museum of Estonia, a major attraction for anyone interested in Estonian art and culture. Kumu presents both classical works of art from Estonia, as well as artists whose work deals with contemporary trends.
The Art Museum of Estonia, in collaboration with the National Gallery in Washington, is organising a magnificent exhibition of the Estonian-born painter Michel Sittow, who between the 15th and 16th Century became a highly prized and well sought-after artist in European Courts. The exhibition opens on the 8th June and runs until 16th September.

Photo by: KUMU

Museum of Estonian Architecture 

Museum of Estonian Architecture, a former salt warehouse, is one of the most spectacular buildings in the Rotermann Quarter. The museum’s permanent exhibition gives lovers of art and architecture the chance to get to know how Estonian Architecture developed through the ages.
On 14th June the museum will open a new exhibition “According to local time. A century of the Estonian Town House,” which can be visited until 7th October. The exhibition focuses on living quarters in the 20th Century, and explores the search for a home in the city, changes in tastes for furniture and interior design. It is the story of Estonians moving to and adapting in the city.

Photo by: Museum of Estonian Architecture

Discounts with Tallinn Card

CitySightseeing Tallinn – Open Top Tour

CitySightseeing Tallinn’s Open Top Tour is an especially great way to explore Tallinn during the summer. The two-storey hop-on hop-off buss takes three routes in the city centre, Rocca al Mare and Pirita. The audioguides on the bus are available to help you get to know the city in 9 different languages. Every CitySightseeing Tallinn bus has WiFi – so you can share your photos with your friends straight away. The CitySightseeing Tallinn open-top bus tour has a 50% discount with the Tallinn Card.

Photo by: CitySightseeing Tallinn