Did you know that the Tallinn Card offers over 80 different discounts and free entrance passes, including tickets to the city's best museums and sights, as well as free public transport? Our list of benefits expands every year with exciting sights and entertainment places. Read about the new and interesting 2024 Tallinn Card offers.
Tallinn Card is now available as an app. By purchasing the card through the app, you can activate it the first time you use it and you don't need to enter usage dates in advance. Additionally, you can specify your interests in the app and it will display destinations and offers that are specifically tailored to you. The app also includes a map function, which allows you to easily navigate to your desired destination. Download the app from the Play Store or the App Store.
New offers in the 2024 Tallinn Card package
This year, our offers include adrenaline, nature, and history!
Part I is free of charge with Tallinn Card (if desired, Part II can be selected instead of Part I)
The virtual time travel experience known as "VR Tallinn 1939/44" offers an immersive depiction of recreated historic views of Tallinn in three dimensions and full colour. During VR time travel, visitors can look around the streets while an audio guide tells the story of Estonia and Tallinn in nine different languages.
Part I of the time travel experience of the year 1939 offers an authentic experience of the city's representative street – Harju Street, where the past comes to life and every building, sign, and display window is authentically restored to fit the era. You can immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Harju Street in 1939 by wearing VR glasses and visiting the capital's representative businesses and hotels. Throughout the journey, you will see the beauty of Harju Street in the early morning and at twilight, and you will end the day in the Golden Lion Hotel suite.
The Juhan Kuus Documentary Photo Centre supports appreciation for and the development of documentary photography in Estonia as well as the showcasing of Estonian documentary photos around the world. The mission of the Centre is to bring together photographers and other interested people who use documentary photography to tell and experience stories that inspire, enrich, are inclusive and change lives. Through exciting and diverse exhibitions, visitors to the Centre can discover the best of Estonian and world documentary photography. Additionally, documentary photos are available for sale at the Centre.
The beautiful Lahemaa National Park is only a one-hour bus ride away from Tallinn and contains some of Estonia's most beautiful manors, legendary and unique coastal villages and plenty of pristine nature to explore.
During the day trip to Lahemaa, you will visit Jägala waterfall, Sagadi Manor, Altja fishing village and Viru bog. The price includes guided tours and transportation starting from the Tallinn Tourist Information Centre and returning to the Tallinn city centre. Lunch is available at an additional cost.
-33% discount with Tallinn Card (+ free entry to the TV Tower)
The popular attraction at the TV Tower, Walk on the Edge, takes place on the open balcony of the tower, at a height of 175 metres. Up to 4 people can walk a full circle around the edge of the TV Tower's balcony or simply sit on the edge and dangle their legs. During the Walk on the Edge, participants are securely attached with straps and the experience lasts 30 minutes. Participants will also have their photos taken, which is included in the price. The photos will be sent via email later.
Walk on the Edge takes place according to weather conditions from April to October. Pre-booking is required! If there are available spots, on-site reservations can also be made.
-15% discount on all shooting packages with Tallinn Card
Located in Tallinn along the banks of the Pirita River, GunGarage has the largest weapons selection in Estonia and provides adrenaline-filled experiences for both beginners and experienced weapons enthusiasts. You can select from a variety of shooting packages or customise your own preferred selection. Competent instructors oversee the entire process to ensure a safe, stress-free and thrilling adrenaline rush.
The cosy and lovely family-run café offers a seasonal menu made with care. The selection includes salads, pastries, soups, main courses, lunch specials, and beverages.
Visit the café after exploring the fascinating Maarjamäe History Centre. Discover more about the history of the Estonian state by visiting the Estonian History Museum in Maarjamäe. The Centre also features a film museum and a captivating monument park. With the Tallinn Card, you can enter the Maarjamäe History Centre free of charge.
The Children’s Museum Miiamilla, located in Kadriorg Park, is a playful environment for both children and their families to experience and learn. In 2024, the theme of its new permanent exhibition is called “Children’s Worlds”.
Kadriorg Park is also a delightful place to spend time. In the nearly 70-hectare park, you can admire various historical park design techniques, a grand swan pond, a beautiful Japanese garden and a picturesque promenade. There are also several excellent museums in the park: the KUMU Art Museum, the Kadriorg Art Museum, the Mikkel Museum and the House of Peter the Great. Access to all of them is free with the Tallinn Card!
New Permanent Exhibitions and Temporary Exhibitions in Tallinn Museums
The year 2024 promises to bring excitement to the Tallinn museum scene. Updates are coming in several renowned museums in Tallinn.
In March, the Estonian Theatre and Music Museum will open a large jubilee exhibition dedicated to the museum's 100th anniversary. Through 100 objects, 100 stories of theatre and music will be narrated.
In May, the Seaplane Harbour, one of the most popular museums in Estonia, will unveil a new permanent exhibition, becoming even more family-friendly and accessible.
In June, a new permanent exhibition will be opened in the historical Kiek in de Kök tower, where all six floors of the medieval tower will undergo a refurbishment!