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Tallinn Card recommends in February

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By visittallinn.ee  •  22.01.2018

In February the Estonian Republic celebrates its centenary. This time Tallinn Card invites you to explore exhibitions and enjoy events which all tell the story of the Estonian Republic in their own way. February also means Valentine’s Day or Friends Day – take a friend with you and enjoy the Old Town’s beautiful Harju Street Ice Skating Rink.

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The Estonian History Museum – Maarjamäe Palace

The Estonian History Museum opens its freshly renovated Maarjamäe Palace on the 15th February with the grand exhibition “My Free Country” celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Estonian Republic. The exhibition takes visitors through 100 years of Estonian history up until the present day, describing important political events, the everyday life of the Estonian Republic as well as our changes. The exhibition is interactive and playful, as well as the chance to see unique objects. It’s our story!

Photo by: Hille Saluäär

KGB Prison Cells

In Tallinn Old Town, in the cellar of 1. Pagari street, is situated one of the most infamous and feared interrogation centres in the time of the Soviet occupation. The Pagari Street Cells’ in its own way makes a silent and direct witness, with every fibre of the very walls reporting the devastating human rights violations and the crimes of a hostile regime that happened there. For the visitors the cellar presents two corridors, six cells and one lock-up. The cells have been preserved and are open to visitors in the form in which they have survived. 

Photo by: Johannes Arro

Kiek in de Kök

The most powerful defensive tower in the Baltic States, Kiek in the Kök was established in its initial form in the year 1475-1483. The main exhibition “A Walk Through Time 1219-2219” describes warfare in old Tallinn, gives a picture of plague and famine, and shows crime and punishment in the Medieval city. February is also the last opportunity (until 11th February) to enjoy artist Renaldo Veeber’s memorial exhibition “800/100/80”, which celebrates 800 years since the Battle of St Matthew’s Day, the 100th anniversary of the Estonian Republic, and the 80th birthday of Estonian graphic artist and sculptor Renaldo Veeber.

Photo by: Kristjan Mändmaa

Adamson-Eric Museum 

The new exhibition “Pallas Art Association at 100 - Birth and Rebirth” focuses on the Pallas Art Association’s creation one hundred years ago and its activity up until the death of Konrad Mägi, also covering the association’s reformation thirty years ago. In the case of Pallas, the association played a primary role in the development of the spirit and sense of culture, concurrent with the birth of the Estonian State.  

Photo by: EKM

Discounts with the Tallinn Card

The Estonian National Opera – “’Estonian Theatre at the Estonian National Opera’ Festival” 

The Estonian Republic turns 100 years old and the theatre’s 112th season is closely linked to this big date. The Estonian musical “Happy Birthday, Estonia,” which is taking place on the 3rd February in the Estonia concert hall, is the preview to the festival “Estonian Theatre at the Estonian National Opera” from 10th – 22nd February, with a choice of works by Estonian authors on the stage. The Festival culminates on the 15th February with the concert performance “Estonian Celebration,” for which the entire Estonia building is involved. On the stage you will meet Lembitu, Saare Juhan, Olav, Erna, Cyrano, Kratt and many other unique and culturally important Estonian figures.
With the Tallinn Card, there is a 15% discount to the price of the ticket on the day of the performance.

Photo by: Harri Rospu

Harju Ice Rink

Gliding on the Harju ice rink is an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in a romantic winter atmosphere and a fun and active way to spend some time together with friends and family. Skaters and all other visitors are also welcome to warm themselves up with a hot drink at the café next to the ice skating rink. The beautifully illuminated old town around you will leave an unforgettable memory of the day.
With the Tallinn Card, there is a 50% discount on 1 hour of skating! Skate rental for extra fee.

Photo by: Mari Kadanik

Discounts with the Tallinn Card
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