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Tallinn Card’s recommendations for May

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In May you can immerse yourself in the new permanent exhibition of the Estonian Theatre and Music Museum, explore the mightiest defensive tower in the Baltic Sea region, discover the hidden world of underground tunnels and enjoy coffee culture at Maiden Tower.

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The permanent exhibition of the Estonian Theatre and Music Museum, entitled ‘Songs and Stories’, provides an overview of the classics of Estonian literature and songs found in every Estonian’s repertoire. In Assuwe Tower you can explore an exhibition entitled ‘100th Anniversary of the Association of Professional Actors of Estonia: Portrait of an Actor’, where you can spend 60 minutes with a variety of Estonian actors via a television screen.

The café and restaurant in Maiden Tower offer both culinary treats and stunning views over the Danish King’s Garden and the Old Town. On the 2nd floor of the tower you can find out all about Tallinn’s coffee culture in the 1920s and 1930s, while in its arch-roofed basement you will learn about the products made by the city’s confectioners from 1918-1940.

The mightiest defensive tower in the Baltic Sea region, Kiek in de Kök was built in its original form between 1475 and 1483. The permanent exhibition ‘Travel in Time: Tallinn from 1219-2219’ looks at the wars in which the city was involved in centuries past and how it suffered under the plague and famine and also examines crime and punishment in the city today.

From the Kiek in de Kök museum you pass directly into tunnels dating from the 17th century. Excursions take visitors on an exciting journey through the history of the tunnels.

Situated in the Bastion tunnels, this museum showcases the carved stone collection of Tallinn City Museum. Portals, columns, courtyard stones bearing family markings and embossed window surrounds from the 15th century tell fascinating stories of the history of Tallinn.

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Explore Tallinn on one of three routes: city centre, Pirita or Rocca al Mare! There is also an audio guide in 10 languages and hop-on, hop-off stops along the way. Free with the Tallinn Card PLUS, 50% off with the Tallinn Card.

As the name suggests, what better time to visit Maikrahv than in the month of May! According to legend, the Count of May (Maikrahv in Estonian) was a symbol of spring. The celebrations dedicated to him marked the end of the long, hard winter and allowed people to look forward to the arrival of spring. The restaurant, which is situated in a building dating back to the 15th century, offers a wide range of international dishes, with diners being entertained with music and dance on weekends. 10% discount with the Tallinn Card.

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