Attractions & museums
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Museum of Natural History in Tallinn, Estonia

    Estonian Museum of Natural History

    The exhibitions at this museum tell tales of Estonian's natural enviroment and help unravel its secrets.
    Visitors are taken on a journey through the country's meadows and forests,along the banks of its rivers and to its lake shores, outlining two billion years of geological history. Here you can find out all about the rare flying squirrel, come face-to-face with the gigant of the Estonian forest - the moose, get the measure of the biggest fish ever caught in these waters - Maria the sturgeon, and feel, hear, see and smell the world the way animals do. Temporary exhibitions, which change every year, put the spotlight on very different worlds, whether that be the life of spiders, edible and poisonous mushrooms, or minerals. There is always something new to learn and draw inspiration from!

    For an even more rewarding museum experience, make the most the free web-based audio guide in Estonian, English, Russian or Finnish.

    Museum entrance is free with Tallinn Card.
    Also you can choose a museum visit with screening of the 360° virtual reality movie free with Tallinn Card (normal price 10€).
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    based on 56 reviews

    • Nice, comfort but small pearl - good for children

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      March 13, 2020 By 92anssit

      The museum is cosy, clean and up-date small museum for natural history. In our visit (Feb 2020) there was nice exhibition of bats. Our kids liked much all the small and big animals. The museum... Read more comments

    • Small, but well curated

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      August 7, 2019 By Raino A

      The place is kind of small (3 floors, 6-7 rooms in all) and texts are in Estonian, Russian and English, but that did not really matter. My 9-year old son got a kick out of this place and the visit... Read more comments

    • Nice to see Estonian nature

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      July 8, 2019 By Jekaterina K

      Very good place to visit with children. You can see Estonian birds, animals and butterfly’s . In one of area of museum you can also check how Estonia land was made of.