Attractions & museums
The Carved Stone Museum, part of the Kiek in de Kök Fortifications Complex and located in the Bastion Passages, invites visitors to explore the history of the town through decorative carved stones, on...
Climb this 14th-century tower and stroll atop its 200m stretch of Town Wall for fantastic views of Tallinn's medieval defences.
Nothing says power like the impressive, Gothic Town Hall that dominates medieval Tallinn's main square.
Picturesque Town Hall Square has been the undisputed hub of Old Town for the last eight centuries.
Guarding the north end of Pikk street, these two defensive structures provide an eye-opening glimpse into Tallinn's maritime past.
Visit this portion of the wall connecting Nunna, Sauna and Kuldjala towers to imagine guarding the town against medieval invaders.
This beautiful, Renaissance-style guild hall is truly a star among Old Town's architectural treasures. Just one look at the hall from the outside, especially its intricately-decorated, red, green and ...
Estonian architecture through the ages is fittingly presented in a grand, limestone structure in the Rotermann district.
For a true taste of 21st century Tallinn, take a stroll through this factory area turned bustling commercial/cultural centre.
This open area at the edge of Old Town is a place of national symbolism and civic pride, as well as a favourite gathering spot.
Established in 2007, Tallinn's Synagogue is by far the most modern house of worship in the city.
This early 20th century neo-classical building has seen star performances in the arts from opera/ ballet to concerts from all over the world.
By far the nation's largest and most cutting-edge art museum, Kumu displays Estonian-created works from the 18th-21st centuries.
This grand, baroque palace built for Peter the Great in 1718-1725 now houses the Art Museum of Estonia's foreign collection.
This sprawling event venue in Kadriorg holds a special place in Estonians' hearts as the birthplace of the Singing Revolution.
For a unique, historic experience, explore the eerily beautiful ruins of St. Bridget's, a medieval convent destroyed in 1577.
With its total height of 314 metres (1,030 feet), the 1980s-era TV Tower is Estonia’s tallest building and entertainment centre, boasting not only great views but also fascinating exhibitions and inte...
Located in Maarjamäe History Centre, the Film Museum guides its visitorsthrough different stages of filmmaking and the history of cinema in Estonia.
Built by Nikolai von Glehn in 1886 and set a forested park, this castle provides a perfect escape from city centre bustle.