- 19 September – 31 May Tue–Sun 10–17
- 1 June– 18 September Mon–Sun 10–18
- 21 May is Museum Night and the museum is open 10-23.
(available only on Sat, Sun)
(pupils, students, pensioners)
1 year ticket – 20 €
1 year family ticket – 40 €
We kindly ask you to register beforehand at @email.
Teachers free of charge - 2 for each school group and 3 for preschool groups.
Up to 25 children per group; study language - Estonian, Russian or English.
- preschoolers and 1st graders - 2 €/child
- school children from 2nd grade up - 5 €/child
A guided tour for adults can be ordered from email@example.com
NB! Guided tours are available in different languages and outside open hours under special agreement.
- Estonian, English and Russian tour - 2 €/visitor + museum ticket (minimum group size 10 people)
- Finnish, German and Japanese tour - 40 €/h+ museum ticket
(maximum group size 20 people)
Entrance is free for everyone on the last Friday of the first month each quarter (in January, April, July and October) an on May 18th, the International Museum Day. On these days guided tours are not provided.
In addition entrance is free for the following groups upon presentation of documents:
- on the International Day for Protection of Children, 1 June for visitors under the age of 18 with one parent
- Ukrainian refugees
- Employees of Estonian museums;
- ICOM members;
- members of the Association of Estonian Biology Teacher;
- people with a profound or severe disability (please provide a certificate) and an accompanying person
- owners of Tallinn Card
- children up to 9..
With the COVID-19 safety label, trusted to us by Visit Tallinn we confirm that we follow the requirements and instructions of the Government and the Health Board of Estonia (https://kriis.ee/en) established for our industry or field, that we keep up to date with the information, and that we help visitors comply with the infection-prevention guidelines on site.
Desinfectant for your hands is available on every floor and by the entrance. We clean all surfaces regularly.
Please postpone your visit if you are feeling unwell. The museum has the right to refuse service for visitors with visible symptoms of Covid-19.
For more information about current resrictions in Estonian please visit kriis.ee.