Special windows in the floor let the not-so-faint-hearted stare into the 170-metre emptiness below the viewing deck. For an additional fee, you can also walk on the edge of the viewing platform (from April to October).
On the ground floor, you can learn about the fascinating history of the Tallinn TV Tower and its role in the restoration of Estonian independence. You can also record a news clip in the tower’s television studio and send it to your friends via email or Facebook.
If you wish, you can buy a combined ticket for the TV Tower and the Tallinn Botanic Garden, located right next door, but you must do so at the ticket office as the combined ticket is not available online.
Visiting the TV Tower (and the Tallinn Botanic Garden) is free of charge with Tallinn Card. The card also provides priority admission.
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If you want to look at the landscape of the city, then Teletorn - tv tower - is the place to visit. I think it's great for children as wall as for adults. The best season for visiting may be summer... Read more comments
We visited teletorn in August 2020, it was not busy, on the top floor there was little cafe where you can buy cake and coffee. In first floor there was souvenir shop.
It was very great experience and wonderful instructor Martin! Ver lovely view and care about clients!