Attractions & museums

    Arvo Pärt Centre

    The Arvo Pärt Centre combines the composer’s personal archive with an information and music centre. It is an open meeting place for musicians, researchers, music lovers and anyone interested in Arvo Pärt’s music and world of ideas. The centre regularly hosts concerts and events. 

    The core of the Arvo Pärt Centre is the archive, which is comprised of information and documents related to the composer’s work in both physical and digital formats. The centre also features a concert hall, exhibition space and seminar rooms. 

    The family of the composer founded the Arvo Pärt Centre in 2010. The building’s architects are Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano of the Spanish architecture bureau Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos.

    The centre is located in a picturesque setting in Laulasmaa, 35 kilometres from Tallinn. When visiting, it is useful to keep in my mind that the centre is connected to the parking area via a small, unpaved forest road.  

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    • Must see place for anyone visiting Estonia

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      January 16, 2022 By Walks In Europe I

      If you'd like to know more about Arvo Part, his music and get to know the classical music scene in Estonia, you must go. It is also interesting for architecture lovers. Please also climb the tower... Read more comments

    • Beautiful, tranquil, and interesting

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      January 13, 2020 By dylanvt42

      Located in the woods in a nice, quiet village about 20 minutes outside Tallinn. The building itself is gorgeous inside and out. They speak, and have materials available in, English. You're provided... Read more comments

    • Amazing treat to visit

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      November 12, 2019 By rhabout

      Sad that when I was looking for this and other places in gorgeous Tallinn (the world's best preserved Medieval city) I kept hitting "Tallinn bar crawl" and that seems to be the kind of totally crass... Read more comments