Kadriorg Art Museum

A unique center of European and Russian art

The Kadriorg Art Museum is located in the Baroque palace constructed by Tsar Peter the Great of Russia in 1718. The abundantly decorated main hall of the palace is one of the most exquisite examples of baroque architecture not only in Estonia but also in Northern Europe. The permanent exhibition of the museum displays the largest collection of Russian and Western European art from the 16th–20th centuries in Estonia.

Temporary exhibitions show the Estonian audience art treasures from internationally renowned museums and private collections to help visitors better understand the works of art in the museum’s collections.