City Museum, Tallinn
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Housed in one of the medieval merchant residences that define the region, City Museum presents the history of the town through the ages. Exhibits track Tallinn's history from prehistoric times through Estonian independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Explore the city's tumultuous past in exhibits dedicated to different locations, including the harbor, the castle hill, and the medieval center. The collection of more than 170,000 artifacts includes Stone Age weapons, Renaissance-era documents, and photos of the Singing Revolution. Check the website for information on the frequent temporary exhibits. To visit City Museum and get the most from your holiday in Tallinn, create itinerary details personal to you using our Tallinn trip itinerary builder.
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If you are interested in the history of Tallinn, then this is your place to go. The history of the city comes alive on several floors and is described with the help of many exhibits. It is not boring ... read more »
The museum is located in the old part of Tallinn. During the period March to October – it is open from 10.30 am to 6pm. It is closed on Mondays. For the months of January, February, November and Decem... read more »
Вызывает смешанные чувства, много экспонатов связанных с Россией и при этом нет ни слова на русском. Оружие вызывает полный восторг!!!Causes mixed feelings, many exhibits related to Russia and while there is no word in Russian. The weapon causes a complete delight!show original
Tallinna Linnamuuseum is a small museum with a collection about the history of the city. Their style of presentation is very amusing and narrative. The quality of the exhibits is, compaired to the other museums in Tallinn, of a high standard. The employers there are very friendly and eager to please.
Closed on the Easter vacation.
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