Новый Эстонский музей природы

The Estonian Natural History Museum envisions Loodusmaja as a beacon of environmental education and awareness, embracing innovation, sustainability, and immersive experiences to engage visitors of all ages. With its prime location on Tallinn's vibrant seaside promenade in Noblessner, the museum aims to become a hub for exploring Estonia's rich natural heritage and fostering a deeper connection with the environment.

As visitors step into Loodusmaja, they will embark on a journey through Estonia's diverse ecosystems, from its pristine forests to its dynamic coastal landscapes. Interactive exhibits, cutting-edge technology, and hands-on activities will offer visitors a captivating glimpse into the wonders of nature, inspiring curiosity and appreciation for the world around us.

The museum's commitment to sustainability is reflected in its design as the largest wooden building in public use in Estonia. Through eco-friendly practices and innovative solutions, Loodusmaja sets a precedent for responsible construction and environmental stewardship.

Beyond its role as a museum, Loodusmaja serves as a vital resource center for environmental research, conservation efforts, and educational programs. Collaborating with partners such as the Environmental Board, the Environmental Agency, and the Center for Environmental Investments, the museum facilitates dialogue and action towards a more sustainable future.

With its completion scheduled for summer 2026, the Estonian Natural History Museum eagerly anticipates welcoming visitors to Loodusmaja and unveiling its new permanent exhibition in early 2027. Together, they will embark on a journey of discovery, learning, and appreciation for the beauty and complexity of Estonia's natural world.

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