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Tallinn Card’s recommendations for March

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Tallinn offers various educational and entertaining activities for families. Here are some Tallinn Card offers we recommend for families!

FREE with Tallinn Card:
Kadriorg Children’s Museum Miiamilla
Kadriorg Children’s Museum Miiamilla is truly fun and playful, allowing children to ask questions, see things, learn and touch almost everything. Paper toys from the collections of Tallinn City Museum and items created by adults who were charmed by paper during their childhood are displayed at the exhibition ‘Paper magic – models and other animals’.

Kalamaja Children’s Museum Miiamilla
The children’s museum in Kalamaja is home to all kinds of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Guests can also play board games, have fun in the play corner, build things from Lego blocks, read books and make things with the help of an instructor. The exhibition ‘Fairytale Grandma’s Story Yarn’ takes guests to a cosy room, where they can meet fairy tales in different forms – listen or read them, play and tell them to others!

Energy Discovery Centre
Visit the centre to discover the secrets of a 102-year-old power station, learn about the exciting world of physics, travel to faraway planets and take a look at open space. There are more than 130 interactive ‘hands-on’ exhibits at the centre.

Museum for Puppet Arts NUKU
NUKU Museum welcomes all children and adults who want to discover the wonderful world of theatre. The museum showcases the history of puppet theatre and has an exhibition of puppets from Estonia and elsewhere. You can touch the air and see what people at puppet theatres do with water, fire and earth. The ‘horror world’ of puppets is ready to thrill the toughest of guests.

DISCOUNTS with Tallinn Card:
Maiasmokk Café
Maiamsmokk, the oldest and best known café in Estonia that still operates today, has been in the same building since 1864. The most unique feature of the café is its luxurious interior, which has remained unchanged for almost 100 years. Free coffee or tea in the floor II café with Tallinn Card.

Harju Ice Rink
You can skate in open air in the middle of the Old Town until the end of March! Skating on the Harju Ice Rink is an excellent way of spending time with your friends and family. Tallinn Card holders receive a 50% discount on one hour’s skating! Skate rental is subject to an extra fee.

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