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Open/ Available

01.06-31.08 Wed-Mon 11.00-18.30

Fees

Ticket 6.00€
Child ticket 4.00€
Family ticket 12.00€
Free with Tallinn Card

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kok@linnamuuseum.ee

+372 644 6686

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The Carved Stone Museum joins underground Tallinn and the carved stone heritage of the city.
The Carved Stone Museum presents the carved stone collection of Tallinn City Museum and is located in the Inger Bastion tunnel, which dates to the 17th century. Guests will find decorative and exciting carved stone fragments of Tallinn, including portals, decorative poles, courtyard stones with house marks and symbols and carved window trims from the 15th century.
The museum’s carved stone collection holds more than 600 pieces that once were a part of Old Town buildings. Most of these are decorative stones with a story to tell. The exhibition of more than 200 carved stones is titled the City of Ruins and it is brought together by atmospheric light and different thematic chambers.
Carved stones were one of the main export articles in medieval Tallinn. These were taken to Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and Northern Germany. The stone carvers from St. Olaf’s Guild in Tallinn were mostly Estonian.

During the warmer summer months you can enter the museum directly from the Freedom square. Rest of the year visit the museum as part of the guided tour at the Bastion tunnels. 

Free with Tallinn Card

Open/ Available

01.06-31.08 Wed-Mon 11.00-18.30

Fees

Ticket 6.00€
Child ticket 4.00€
Family ticket 12.00€
Free with Tallinn Card

Website

Visit website

Contact

kok@linnamuuseum.ee

+372 644 6686

Information

More

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