History of capital of Estonia.
The Tallinn city museum acquaints you with the history of the capital of Estonia.
The Tallinn city museum occupies the medieval merchant house of the Old city which is a monument of architecture. The exhibits of this unique museum are dedicated to the pages of history of Tallinn, since the 13 th century, until the modern period. The collections of faïence, porcelain and tin ware, the ancient suits and furniture open a picture of life of towns' people during different periods. Here it is possible to see a collection of pictures and drawing. An unusual exposition «the City which construction will be never completed» is interesting.
Vene 17 , City Centre, Tallinn
|Phone:||(+372) 615 5188|
|Open:||March - October Wed-Mon 10.00 -18.00 | November – February Wed-Mon 10.00 – 17.00|
|Price:||Adults 3.20€ | Concession 1.92€ | Family 6.39€|