Attractions & museums

    Museum of Estonian Architecture

    Estonian architecture through the ages is fittingly presented in a grand, limestone structure in the Rotermann district.

    The Rotermann Salt Storage building, itself a potent example of local design, is the ideal place for the museum. Its permanent exhibition presents an overview of the nation's architectural history as well as a scale model of central Tallinn, while temporary exhibits focus on various movements.

    Entrance is free with Tallinn Card.


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    • Intriguing museum of architecture

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      May 19, 2020 By ilubah

      Perfect for architecture and art lovers or curious people during a rainy afternoon. The museum has on display scaled models of relevant buildings in the history of modern Estonian cities, drawings... Read more comments

    • Interesting Externally is what attracted me

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      December 5, 2019 By 1777NT

      I had not noticed this was a museum, it was close to my accommodation so walked over to look at it. Interesting exhibits based on Estonian and former Soviet architecture and architects, models... Read more comments

    • For experts

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      May 20, 2019 By giuseppecincin

      Nice museum full of drawings , modella and samples representing the history and the evolution of the town. Located close to the old city centre, close to the sea and the harbour. We found this... Read more comments