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Tallinn Card’s recommendations for June

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June is the perfect time to enjoy culture and entertainment in the open air. Discover the stunning views from the Old Town’s towers, celebrate midsummer in traditional style at the Open Air Museum and join excursions in the Old Town – all with your Tallinn Card.

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The best-preserved Gothic example in Northern Europe, Tallinn Town Hall was built in 1404 and is today used as the city’s representative building, a museum and concert venue. The medieval spiral staircase leads you to the bell platform, 34 metres above the ground, from which you’ll enjoy amazing views over the Old Town and its environs.

Visitors can climb to the top of the 69-metre baroque belfry, which was built in 1779, to enjoy stunning views of the city.

This 15th-century tower spans six floors and showcases the development of Tallinn’s fortifications as well as medieval weapons and armour, which visitors can also try on.

This iconic Gothic church in Tallinn, which stands at 159 metres, was the tallest building in the world until 1625. Climbing the 232 steps to the top of its tower is well worth the effort.

There is plenty to discover for people of all ages at this museum: you can take a peek into farm houses dating from the 18th-20th centuries, a wooden chapel, an authentic village schoolhouse and windmills; take a ride with a horse; and try traditional Estonian dishes at the inn. Entry is free with your Tallinn Card.
On the evening of 23 June the museum will be celebrating midsummer. There will be bonfires, folk music and folk dancing, you can have a go on the village swings and little visitors can have fun playing games from the olden days. Tickets cost €14, but you get a 10% discount with your Tallinn Card.

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This excursion, led in Russian by an experienced guide, takes you on foot around the Upper Town and Lower Town, giving you a good feel for the romance and charm of the Old Town.

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Excursions in the Old Town with an Audioguide or iPod
If you’d like to look around the Old Town on your own, why not hire an audio guide or iPod so you can hear stories about the buildings and about the culture and history of medieval Tallinn as you explore? You’ll also get to know some legends and jokes about Estonia’s colourful past. 50% discount with your Tallinn Card. Anyone who’d prefer to do a little homework before setting off to explore the Old Town can download an audio guide or e-book to their smart device or tablet which covers 41 sights and includes 165 pages of richly illustrated text. 60% discount with your Tallinn Card.

The NuQ Treff festival will be staging 21 performances for children, teenagers and adults alike at the Puppet Theatre from 30 May to 4 June 2017. In addition to fantastic foreign and exciting Estonian theatre, the programme also features meet’n’greets with the people behind the productions and puppet and visual theatre workshops. Tallinn Card holders get 10% off festival tickets when purchased from the Puppet Theatre box office.

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