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Tallinn Card new offers in 2018

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By visittallinn.ee  •  27.04.2018

The Tallinn Card is back in 2018, and on top of our existing collection of offers and discounts we’ve added some incredible new places we can’t wait to share!


First things first, the Maarjamäe History Centre renovation is finished with 3 fresh museums to visit, all free of charge with the Tallinn Card. 2018 is a very special year to visit Estonia as it celebrates its 100 years since becoming an independent country, and the Maarjamäe Palace will commemorate the centenary with a special exhibition entitled “My Free Country.” At the same time there is plenty for the kids to do at the Children’s Republic and Outdoor Play Area. With the Tallinn Card you can also explore the Maarjamäe Palace Stables and a unique collection of statues of Soviet figures in the Outdoor Exhibition of Soviet Monuments. And as if all of that wasn’t enough, on the same site is the Estonian Film Museum, where you can literally walk the red carpet and discover first-hand the work that goes on behind the scenes to make your favourite films! 

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Once that has whet your appetite, head a few stops further along on the bus to the fashionable and relaxed suburb of Viimsi (don’t worry, public transport is free with the Tallinn Card!) to visit the Estonian War Museum, also free with the Tallinn Card. The historic building, formerly the residence of renowned Estonian General Johan Laidoner, tells the story of the evolution of warfare in Estonia, from ancient times right up to Estonia’s role in present day conflicts. Expect plenty of guns, swords and artillery! 

 

The terror of the Soviet occupation is the focus of the award-winning KGB Prison Cells, another new addition to the Tallinn card for 2018 and also free of charge. Amidst the beautiful surroundings and quiet streets of the Old Town is hidden this monument to the horrors of totalitarianism; a place to consider the events that happened between these walls and reflect. But if you prefer your history with more gallantry and pageantry, the Tallinn Museum of Orders of Knighthood (free entry with the Tallinn Card) is not far away, boasting a collection of the highest awards and honours from Estonia and around the world. 

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For a taste of culture, the innovative "Monet2Klimt – Art in Motion" exhibition presents art by some of the world’s most famous artists in an immersive environment, completely surrounded by the pictures as they are brought to life in yet another beautiful historic building in the Old Town – entry is with a whopping 40% discount with the Tallinn Card.

Photo by: Helios Hall

To avoid missing out on Tallinn's most important sights and interesting stories, it's worth taking part in Tallinn's Official Sightseeing Tour, which includes both a walking tour in the Old Town, and a bus trip through Kadriorg and the Song Festival Grounds to Pirita. The excursion has a 20% discount with the Tallinn Card.

For a chance to test Tallinn’s reputation as a city with the fastest growing food scene in Europe, Salvador Steakhouse in the Old Town offers a 10% discount with the Tallinn Card, and you can finish off your trip with an authentic Estonian design items with a 5% discount from Tallinn Design House in the beautifully redeveloped Rotermann Quarter.

Photo by: Jelena Rudi

So what are you waiting for? A whole new world of experiences is waiting in Tallinn, and with the Tallinn Card, Lonely Planet’s Best Value Destination for 2018 just became even more affordable!

Photo by: Lonely Planet
 

The Tallinn Card allows you to visit 50 of the best museums and attractions in Tallinn free of charge, use public transport and bicycles free of charge, go on a free tour with Tallinn Card PLUS and enjoy various discounts and gifts at places of entertainment, restaurants, cafés and shops. With an adult card you can bring along two children under 7 for free.
The Tallinn Card also gives you a discount when purchasing the Helsinki Card or the St. Petersburg Card. 


We hope you have lots of great experiences this year!
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