Estonian National Museum (except temporary exhibitions hall)
Live the life of Estonians!
Estonia’s largest museum, the Estonian National Museum, invites you to discover the daily life of Estonians throughout history at the Encounters permanent exhibition, and to experience the life of Finno-Ugric peoples at the Echo of the Urals permanent exhibition.
The museum’s smart ticket allows guests to discover the permanent exhibition in seven languages and to take a closer look at it again later at home.
A restaurant and a museum shop with a wide selection also await visitors. The outdoor areas of the Estonian National Museum invite you to relax and have a picnic there. There is a romantic rotunda, a glass-roofed former distillery, and a large village swing on the shore of Lake Raadi, and a sculpture park that is open year-round in the heart of Raadi manor’s park.
The museum was awarded for the best permanent exhibition in Estonia 2016 and with Kenneth Hudson award in 2018 by the European Museum Forum.
Please note that you need an extra ticket to visit the temporary exhibitions hall. Surrently is open exhibition “Right Body, Wrong Body?”.
Museums in Estonia
Tori Horse Breeding Farm MuseumPärnu mnt 8a, Tori, Pärnumaa
Mihkli Farm Museum in SaaremaaViki, Saaremaa
The Mõniste Rural Life MuseumKuutsi, Rõuge vald, Võrumaa
Estonian Open Air MuseumVabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, Tallinn
Mart Saar MuseumHüpassaare, Põhja-Sakala vald, Viljandimaa
The Ice Age CentreSaadjärve 20, Äksi, Tartumaa
The Betti Alver MuseumJaama 3B, Jõgeva, Jõgevamaa
The Carl Robert Jakobson Farm MuseumKurgja küla, Põhja-Pärnumaa vald, Pärnumaa
The Oskar Luts House MuseumRiia 38, Tartu
The Värska Farm MuseumPikk 56/2, Värska
The Koidula MuseumJ. V. Jannseni 37, Pärnu
Palmse ManorPalmse, Lääne-Viru County