Attractions & museums
Photo: Kirsti Eerik

Hirve Park

Hirvepark (deer’ park) was established in the former moat in front of the bastions, deer once lived here until the 1930s. Hirvepark was hardly damaged in the war and has preserved its spices-rich tree canopy. In end of the 1980s, during the Singing Revolution, public meetings held here, inspired Estonian freedom from the Soviet Union, changing the history of the nation.

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  • Park just outside the old town gates

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    June 23, 2019 By GeysirGal

    This is a lovely little garden just outside the old town gates that runs almost parallel to the tram tracks opposite the railway station. I was here during the summer season when the flower festival... Read more comments

  • A relaxing garden

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    August 3, 2018 By Rami A

    A lovely, not too big garden by the walls of the old city. Hige above on the hill you can sit there and relax between the walkings.

  • Beautiful park in Old Town

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    October 8, 2017 By Gressli

    The park is a small, quiet retreat with statues and trees all around. Nice place to walk to collect your thoughts. Also great to watch some really remarkable trees close to the Linda Statue.