The permanent exhibition at Vene 17 covers the history of the town from pre-history to the 1990s.
The cellar houses a study collection of our porcelain and faiance collection (have a glimpse here).
Our collections of historic ceramics, copper and brass, and pewter are opened to the public, too.
Open until May 2021 City Museum, 17 Vene Open May–September 10–18 October–April Tue 10–20, Wed-Sat 10-17, Sun 10-16 The exhibition about the development of the city looks at how old the settlement is around Tallinn. When ...
The largest known private collection of Langebraun porcelain in the world will be publicly exhibited for the first time at the exhibition. Priidu Nõmm’s collection probably has more vessels bearing the stamp ...
Tallinn 800! Exhibitions about Tallinn’s common history with Denmark in City Museum & Kiek in de Kök
Tallinn City Museum introduces the close connections between Denmark and Estonia, their common symbols and when the city of Tallinn was established in the 13th century. Tallinn celebrates its 800th anniversary. In June ...
In 2015 we started co-operating with Google Inc. and since October 2016 everyone has the chance to visit the virtual Tallinn City Museum on Google Arts & Culture platform. The virtual museum includes 3D tours of three of our sites – City Museum in the Old Town, Kiek in de Kök, and the house of Peter the Great. It also contains pictures and information about more than 160 items, most of which are not on public display, as well as a number of virtual exhibits.
Views of Tallinn cityscapes from our collections at Google Arts & Culture