See nearly 200 intricate, marzipan figurines and watch Tallinn's favourite sweet being made in this historic shop-museum-café.
In the Marzipan room, you'll learn all about Tallinn’s love affair with marzipan. Here you'll find dozens of amazing marzipan creations as well as a marzipan forms belonging to Georg Stude, who founded the shop over a century ago. Children and adults can watch how marzipan figures are hand painted or try their own hand in this craft at a workshop.
Entrance via Maiasmoka café.
Tallinn Card holders can collect a small gift at the cafe counter.
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just few steps from the main square in Tallinn, a charming old coffee house with really good cakes, and a special "marzipan room". Whatever you buy in the latter will be very expensive, but one wall... Read more comments
really nice marzipans Different shapes Lot of varieties They offer free tasting If you love marzipan do visit There is small area where you can sit and drink and marzipans and other thing s
We had a look round the museum and watched a lady decorating marzipan. The best part was lunch in the cafe - we went to the upper floor and sat in a bay window. We both had salads and a beer - my... Read more comments