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Peter the Great House Museum, Tallinn

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See paintings and personal possessions of the Russian tsar at Peter the Great House Museum, a small cottage where Peter the Great allegedly stayed during his visits. Inside the house, walk on the wooden floors of this 17th-century structure. Observe the living room with faded green chairs, view the tiny dining room, and tour the tsar's bedroom with extravagant furniture and upholstery. You'll be able to walk up to the attic and descend to the basement quarters, which have been renovated. Art lovers may also appreciate the collection of valuable Dutch paintings inside the cottage. Using our online itinerary creator, Tallinn attractions like Peter the Great House Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The Museum is located next to the Kumu. Liked the fact that this museum has a real life objects. You can take pictures without Flash. I love the times of Peter the great, so I was pleased to be like there. The Museum is just for lovers of this time, and so nothing is remarkable. Staff speak Russian, very friendly. Recommend to fans of petrovskaya epoch.
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  • Walking on snow-covered Park Kardiorg we stumbled upon the House-Museum of Peter I small house small, but cozy and very interesting. You take the authentic atmosphere of the time and learn how Peter the great lived in this House he lived when he came to Estonia, while the Palace was built. Peter wasn't whimsical so modest and the House. But in the House, there are many genuine things of the Emperor-furniture, mirrors, tableware, bed, fragments of genuine sex and much more. Very friendly when all of us showed told that bed that stands in a genuine and in Peterhof-copy. Portrait of Mikhail Romanov is genuine, but the copy is in the Tretyakov Gallery. In the House floor 2-bedroom, living room, kitchen. The second floor was added later. You can also view a small 10-minute historical film including in Russian. Admission is 2 euro, pensioners, schoolchildren and students 1 euro.
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  • Is the place to be told in a small house located in the Park and feeling that it went through it so. Felt should go and especially this location.
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  • Small place, but quite interesting.
  • A small museum in the House which acquired the Peter the great, together with a plot of land for the construction of a summer residence. Interior design and its elements are preserved, the Museum with the year 1806. During the inspection, you will see the feature documentary. Thanks to the staff of the Museum, wonderful people!
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  • A very interesting Museum, a small course yet, read the story and just enjoy the atmosphere of the time well.
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  • It's nice that they do not forget Peter!
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