Attractions & museums

    Mikkel Museum

    Mikkel's impressive foreign art collection covers antique Chinese porcelain, Flemish and Dutch paintings and Italian engravings.

    Anyone visiting the Kadriorg Palace should also consider dropping into this museum, which stands just over the road. Donated by a private collector, Johannes Mikkel, in 1994, the museum’s works now make up one of Tallinn’s best displays of foreign art.

    Entrance is free with Tallinn Card.

    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

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    • Small art museum

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      July 21, 2022 By Mikael F

      This museum is located in the former kitchen building of the Kadriorg Palace. Johannes Mikkel donated his large art collection to the Art Museum of Estonia in 1994. You can see it here. After... Read more comments

    • Quick and quirky

      tripadvisor rating 3 of 5
      December 7, 2019 By ww_1984

      We visited Mikkel using a combined ticket for the three museums in Kadriorg Park - good value for money. Incredibly small museum but it has some interesting exhibits including some extremely old... Read more comments

    • A curiosity, but it's included in the Tallinn card

      tripadvisor rating 3 of 5
      September 23, 2019 By JD S

      The Mikkel Museum is a curious addition to the Tallinn museum scene. Located in the Kadriorg park area with a bunch of other museums, Mikkel showcases the personal collection of one Estonian man who... Read more comments