Attractions & museums

    Estonian Health Museum

    At this cutting-edge museum you'll get the full tour of the human body inside and out, and learn about the medicine of the past. 

    The Estonian Health Museum’s permanent exhibition, ‘About your body, openly and honestly’ makes its home in two connected medieval buildings in Tallinn’s Old Town. Each room has a theme of its own, virtually dissecting the human body and focusing on each organ. Visitors will also learn something new about topics such as human evolution, healthy eating and modern disease diagnostics.

    There are plenty of exciting, hands-on exhibits, both electronic and mechanical. to get visitors really involved. Many of them using original software developed by the museum, they illustrate the basic principles of the functioning of the body, making the experience entertaining as well as educational. 

    As the Health Museum collects and displays Estonia’s medical heritage accumulated through the ages, each room also contains a selection of relevant medical items used in the past. These instruments and medicines paint a vivid picture of the treatment process of days gone by.

    Entrance is free with Tallinn Card.


    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

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    • COVID19 time in Museum

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      January 5, 2021 By 123TiinaK123

      As all museums even this one struggle with pandemic sad time. But Estonians are creative they offer via online museum visits. So be ready for nice virtual tour!

    • Entertaing and unexpected museum for old town

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      July 5, 2020 By sptor

      Nice and interesting museum covering the themes you not expect o find in medeival old town museums which are mostly tend to show some history or so. Here is full fledged medical museum with some... Read more comments

    • Educational yet entertaining

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      January 17, 2020 By Tyrone321

      Not all the exhibits are for the faint hearted. Well presented, clear and accurate descriptions of exhibits. Our visit was spoiled slightly by a poorly behaved group of schoolchildren. Mrs Tyrone... Read more comments