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    Kai Art Center

    The Kai Art Center is Tallinn’s new seaside cultural centre that intertwines the history and architecture of the Noblessner area with contemporary art and culture. In the 100-year-old industrial building of the former secret submarine factory, visitors will find international exhibitions, a cinema, a joint office of cultural leaders, and various venues for events. Different eateries are located on the lower floor of the Kai Art Centre like the Japanese restaurant Kampai, the Kaif cocktail bar, the Suhkruingel confectionery, and Lore Bistro which offer contemporary Estonian cuisine.
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    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

    TripAdvisor logo tripadvisor rating 3.0 of 5

    based on 6 reviews

    • Empty box for 8 euros

      tripadvisor rating 2 of 5
      February 4, 2022 By johnny-dee7

      At first I thought I misunderstood something and couldn't find the main exhibition, but turned out the 3 non-related pieces were pretty much it. I would be pretty ashamed to ask tickets for seeing an... Read more comments

    • Boring, expensive and not necessary

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      September 23, 2020 By Dmitri S

      I saw one small room with a couple of books to read, another small room with a single coral, and a huge empty area with a few more exhibits, such as: - some trash they recently found on Tallinn's... Read more comments

    • Disappointment - check what’s on before going!

      tripadvisor rating 2 of 5
      July 6, 2020 By TeamFinfamily

      A disappointment as this is really quite expensive for what you get - essentially just one small exhibition as there is no permanent collection. The one now on display - ”Radical Light” by Senstad... Read more comments