Discover the history of Estonian glass industry!
The stables, located in the Maarjamäe Palace park, are home to the exhibition and learning environment of the Estonian History Museum. The conservation labs of the Estonian History Museum are located in the former stables, and visitors can enjoy the exhibition “Glassmakers. The story of the Estonian glass industry” curated by Anne Ruussaare. The exhibition will remain open until June 18, 2023.
The historic stables, built at the beginning of the 19th century, were reconstructed and opened to visitors in 2014. The reconstruction and opening of the stables were the first steps in renovating the entire Maarjamäe complex, which was opened in February 2018 for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.
In addition to the stables, the Maarjamäe History Center also houses the Film Museum and the Maarjamäe Castle.
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The Tartu Art MuseumRaekoja plats 18, Tartu
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The Vana-Võromaa Museum and Art GalleryKatariina allee 11, Võru
The Railway and Communications MuseumRaudtee 2, Haapsalu
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