Attractions & museums
Draakoni primarily shows work by young Estonian artists, with foreign art exhibitions a few times a year.
The Museum of Icon Art mainly focuses on introducing the culture of the Old Believers, but it also gives a good overview of Russian Orthodox icons.
Exhibitions of art by children and art teachers. The gallery is situated in a medieval dwelling and has been operating since 1983.
The country’s most impressive works of applied art from the early 1900s to today can be seen here in Old Town's former granary.
The former Helios cinema, now known as Helios Hall, has opened its doors once more, bringing art into the digital era.
The vibrant works of Adamson-Eric, one of the most versatile Estonian artists of the 20th century, live in this curious museum.
Exquisite altarpieces, medieval burial slabs and other works of religious art can be seen in this 1230-era church-turned-museum.
A unique exhibition of orders and badges of merit from around the world.
Fotografiska Tallinn is the satellite-gallery of the internationally renowned photography museum founded in Stockholm. Located in the heart of the Telliskivi Creative City, Fotografiska Tallinn is a m...
The National Library of Estonia exhibits art, photography, book design, and much more at its different galleries within the monumental building.
This gallery together with Tallinn Art Hall and its gallery form the heart of the city's art world. The gallery exhibits mainly contemporary Estonian and international art.
The Design House is the place to view the best creations by local designers and make some worthy purchases.
The 1930s-era Art Hall traditionally hosts some of the city's highest quality exhibitions from Estonia and abroad.
Mikkel's impressive foreign art collection covers antique Chinese porcelain, Flemish and Dutch paintings and Italian engravings.
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.
Telliskivi Creative City is an artist-friendly complex that has become a popular hangout for shoppers and restaurant-goers.
Kai Art Center is located in the Noblessner Seafront Quarter, overlooking the Tallinn Bay. The century-old former submarine factory hosts exciting art exhibitions, movie screenings and much more.
The Centre for Documentary Photography in Telliskivi Creative City exhibits the work of local and international documentary photographers.