There are over 40 museums and attractions in Tallinn, all of which are special, either in terms of their location or exciting contents. The towers, city wall, and medieval buildings of the Old Town are in themselves living monuments of history. Kadriorg is known for its art and literature museums, and the exciting industrial buildings of Kalamaja have become the city’s new experience centres, introducing science and maritime affairs to the whole family.
Now, at the end of the emergency situation in Estonia, the doors of Tallinn’s museums and attractions will gradually open again. The number of visitors allowed and visitation conditions will ensure the safety of both visitors and service providers.
Before visiting, check the visitation rules of your selected destination and show that you care by following the Health Board’s instructions when moving around the city.