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Tallinn Card recommends – where to go and what to do in Tallinn

Tallinn Card is an all-in-one sightseeing card that grants you free entrance to top 40 museums and sights, a free ride with public transport, discounts for tours, entertainment, restaurants and stores. Here you will find monthly recommendations by the Tallinn Card team for exciting attractions and activities.

In December, find the Christmas spirit in the Niguliste museum’s Christmas programme, and indulge your sweet tooth at the gingerbread exhibition and with hot chocolate and homemade truffles from the cosiest cafes. Find the best Christmas gifts from real Estonian design and craft boutiques, and dance into the New Year at one of the city’s coolest nightclubs.

Niguliste Museum

The Niguliste Church, where the Niguliste Museum is now located, was one of the proudest and most beautiful places of worship in the Middle Ages. Many of the most precious works of art are on display there including Bernd Notke’s “Dance of Death” and the amazing altarpiece from the workshop of Hermen Rode. It is always worth popping in to see the incredible collection at the Niguliste Art museum, but at Christmas you can also enjoy beautiful Christmas concerts. Entry is free with the Tallinn Card (except for special events).

Gingerbread Mania

Gingerbread Mania, the special exhibition at the Design and Architecture Gallery, this year has the name “Estonia” and opens on the 6th of December. Gingerbread Mania is a unique edible exhibition, where over 100 artists replace their usual tools with gingerbread and a baking oven. This magical world of gingerbread simply has to be seen, and is free with the Tallinn Card.

Kehrwieder Chocolaterie

Kehrwieder Chocolaterie, next to Raekoja Plats, is one of the cosiest and most unique cafes in Tallinn. It is a great place to enjoy a warm drink and delicious cakes on a cold winter’s night and let the Christmas spirit in. With the Tallinn Card you get a mouth-watering handmade truffle as a free gift.

Nu Nordik

December is the month we want to surprise both ourselves and our loved ones with something particularly special. Nu Nordik is a contemporary Estonian design boutique filled with interesting and special items and accessories. You receive a 15% discount and a small gift with the Tallinn Card.


Rewill is an original Estonian handicraft shop where you can find jumpers, socks, gloves, hats, scarves and much more to protect against the cold Estonian winter. Traditionally Estonians would find a pair of hand-knitted socks or gloves from their grandma among their Christmas gifts – surprise your family or friends with a warm present in the same way! With the Tallinn Card you will receive a small gift and a 20% discount.

Club Hollywood

Club Hollywood is a young and trendy nightclub in Old Town where the party lasts from Wednesday to Saturday and has entertainment including award-winning show-barmen and the best DJs from Estonia and abroad. Tired of Christmas carols? Come to Club Hollywood’s popular special events and dance, dance, dance! Free entry with the Tallinn Card (excluding special events).

This should give you a day’s worth of activities on your visit to Tallinn, but remember to check out all Tallinn Card offers!

Regardless of when you are coming to Tallinn, remember to buy your own Tallinn Card from our online shop!