1 May – 30 September
We –Sa 11–18
1 October – 30 April
The Museum is closed on National holidays.
The museum closes 3 hours earlier on days preceding public holidays: 23 February, 22 June, 23 December, 31 December.
Tel: (+372) 601 3136.
Adult: 5 €
Concessions: 4 € (students, seniors, ISIC-card holders)
Family ticket: 12 € (2 adults and their underage children)
Adult: 50 €
Family ticket: 70 € (2 adults and their underage children)
Unlimited number of visits to all Tallinn City Museum branch museums for one year.
Guided tour of the museum in Estonian 30 € + admission tickets
Guided tour of the museum in foreign language 55 € + admission tickets
Admission tickets for groups: 5 € per person (adults) / 3 € per person (concessions)
COMBO TICKET (1 year):
Adult: 11 €
Concessions: 8 € (students, seniors, ISIC-card holders)
Family ticket: 22 € (2 adults and their underage children)
Tickets are available only at House of Peter the Great and Kadriorg Art Museum.
COMBO TICKET (3 months):
Adult: 7 €
Concessions: 5 € (students, seniors, ISIC-card holders)
Family ticket: 14 € (2 adults and their underage children)
Guided tour in english in the museum: 55 € + admission ticket for each person.
Guided tours in Estonian, Russian or English are available and should be booked in advance.
Groups (more than 10 people) are asked to book their visit’s time in advance.
Please contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (+372) 6013123 to book a group’s visit or a guided tour.
We accept payments by credit and debit cards and in cash
The admission is free for children under 7 and holders of documents attesting to the following:
- holders of Tallinn Card
- ICOM members
- WFTGA members
- Employees of Estonian museums
- Employees Tallinn Botanical Garden
- Holders of valid press cards
- Members of Tallinn Tour Guide Association
- Tours from children’s homes
- Disabled pesrons and their attendants
Entrance is free to everyone on Tallinn Day, 15 May and on the International Museum Day, 18 May.
HOW TO GET HERE:
We are located in the Kadriorg Park not far from the Kadriorg Palace constructed at the orders of Peter the Great and Kumu art museum.
How to get to the museum:
Take tram no № 1 or 3 from the centre up to Kadriorg stop and walk to the museum.
Please check the timetable on Tallinn Public Transport Planner or at the tramstop.
1.) toward Pirita (№ 1А, 5, 8, 29, 34А, 38) or Lasnamäe (№ 19, 44, 51, 60, 63) up to Uus-Sadama or Poska stop and walk to the museum.
2.) toward Lasnamäe (№ 31, 39, 67, 68) up to KUMU stop and walk to the museum.
Please check the timetable on Tallinn Public Transport Planner or at the busstop.
You can also use the City Tour bus.