The most wonderful time of the year is here! In December, Tallinn Card offers great ways to get into the Christmas spirit.
Free with your Tallinn Card
At St. Nicholas’ Church, or Niguliste Museum and Concert Hall, you can see historical church art, attend Christmas concerts and admire Tallinn’s most enchanting Christmas tree. Here, you can also see the most famous work of art in Tallinn, a fragment of the Danse Macabre painted by Bernt Notke. Visiting the church is free with your Tallinn Card. Tickets are required for the Christmas concerts.
The romantic Kehrwieder Chocolaterie, situated on the Town Hall Square right next to the Christmas Market, offers delicious gourmet coffee, a choice of teas and unforgettable taste experiences. All Tallinn Card holders get a free handmade chocolate truffle!
PiparkoogiMaania (GingerbreadMania) is a Christmas-flavoured art exhibition on show from 9 December to 7 January where all the exhibits are made of gingerbread. The creators of the gingerbread works are artists, designers and architects. This year the exhibition is entitled “Old Tallinn,” and is inspired by the various historical layers, architecture and art of Tallinn.
Tallinn’s design and handicraft shops offer original and unique Christmas presents. During your time in the Old Town, you should also visit Nu Nordik, where modern Estonian designs are sold and all Tallinn Cardholders will get a present and a 15% discount. Those interested in traditional presents are welcome at Rewill, which sells Estonian handicrafts and where all Tallinn Cardholders can get a present and 20% discount.