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Tallinn Card recommends in October

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By  •  17.09.2018

The Tallinn Card is the all-in-one card for free entry to 40 of the city’s best museums and attractions, free public transport, and discounts for excursions, entertainment, restaurants and shops. Every month the Tallinn Card recommends what to do in Tallinn and what kind of places to visit. 

In October, try visiting different museums in and around the Old Town, enjoy a meal hot from the grill or visit the Marzipan Room, and continue your trip in Helsinki or St. Petersburg

Free with Tallinn Card:

Energy Discovery Centre

Located in Tallinn’s former Power Station is the family friendly Energy Discovery Centre. With more than 100 displays you can find out how exciting science can be, learning about electricity, as well as electrical equipment, sound and light. The Energy Discovery Centre’s lightning displays are unique in Northern Europe, and you can also watch films in the Centre’s Planetarium.

Photo by: Paul Kuimet

The Museum of Photography

The Museum of Photography is located right in the heart of the Old Town, behind the Town Hall in a former Town Jailhouse from the 15th Century. As well as seeing the historic building, you can learn about the history of photography from 1840-1940, visit exhibitions of contemporary photography, and discover an amazing collection of photographic equipment.

Photo by: Paul Kuimet

Tallinn Art Hall

The 1930s building is nowadays used as one of the city’s most fashionable art halls, with collections of both Estonian and international artists. The exhibits engage with the most important issues in society and art, and over 20 exhibitions take place every year. The displays are spread across 3 exhibition rooms – the Tallinn Art Hall, the Tallinn Art Hall Gallery and Tallinn City Gallery.

Photo by: Anu Vahtra

The Marzipan room

Originally known for its medicinal properties, marzipan has been much loved by Estonians for the last five centuries and over time has become a decorative candy. In the Marzipan room you can see over 200 marzipan figures and their amazing decorations, learn about their preparation, the story behind their formation and buy the most intricate marzipan figures. With the Tallinn Card, it’s the perfect gift for the sweet-toothed!

Photo by: Anu Vahtra

Discounts with Tallinn Card:

Grillhaus Daube

Grillhaus Daube is in the heart of Tallinn, where warmth comes straight from the hot grill. Alongside the tasty barbeque food, enjoy the cozy atmosphere of original wood and brick of this wonderful restaurant in the Old Town. There is a 10% discount with the Tallinn Card.

Helsinki Card and Petersburg Card

This Autumn, why not discover the cities of Estonia’s neighbours, Helsinki and St. Petersburg! With the Helsinki Cardyou get free public transport and visits to museums and sights, as well as taking part in the Helsinki Panorama Sightseeing tour. The price for an adult with a Tallinn Card is -3€. The Petersburg Card includes free entry to 70 popular museums, free and discounted tours, special offers and discounts in cafes, restaurants, hotels and shops. With the Tallinn Card, there is a 10% discount.

Photo by: Visit Helsinki/Jussi Hellsten

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