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Best things to do in Tallín

Museum
“The Seaplane Harbour accommodates one of Europe’s grandest maritime museums. You are invited to see the authentic submarine Lembit from the 1930s, the century-old steam-powered icebreaker Suur Tõll, a Short 184 seaplane, mines, cannons and many other life-sized exhibits. If you are not interested in ships, the visit their great restaurant called "Maru" and just have a lovely walk on their premises (it is for free).”
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Museo de arte
“Go if you're into art and architecture. You can also visit Kadriorg park and president's castle on the way to Kumu. ”
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Museo de arte
“Kumu Art Museum's permanent exhibition introduces the Estonian art from the beginning of the 18th century until the year 1991. Variable exhibitions additionally include international and modern art.”
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Museum
“See how the Estonians lived 150 years ago before most moved to the cities. A tranquil park filled with historic rural buildings.”
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Cine
“This is a cool experience for people who'd like to have a nice view over Tallinn. There is also an option to walk on the edge - if you dare.”
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Museum
“Once it was the building with biggest concrete sealing on earth. Today it hosts part of Maritime Museum. If you haven't been inside of submarine or many other military or civil vessels, than that is the place. There is lot of fun and things to do both for small kids and big kids. ”
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History Museum
“This massive, 38m-high cannon tower houses an extensive museum of the town's fortifications, weapons and medieval-era life.”
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Museum
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Museum
“The most exciting maritime museum in Europe is located in the Seaplane Harbour! About 200 authentic items are on display at the historical seaplane hangar: a submarine called Lembit, a century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll, a seaplane called Short 184, remains of the oldest ship found in Estonia, and much more. There is also cafe MARU and a museum shop. Globe-trotting in a submarine, having your picture taken in a navy uniform, an aquarium, simulators, throwing paper airplanes, a children's corner with drawing tools, building blocks, an authentic sailboat, and an outdoor playground – programmes and materials meant for independent visits are playful and broaden the horizon of children and adults alike.”
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History Museum
Museum
“Go if you're travelling with young children. There's also a nice playground and cafe nearby and it's all located in Kadriorg park. ”
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Museum
“ The Story of Our Freedom We educate and involve the people of Estonia and its visitors and encourage everyone to think about the recent past, to sense the fragility of freedom, and to stand for freedom and justice. ”
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Galería de arte
“The Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia is the place to see the emerging Estonian art. They also give out the contemporary artist prize Köler prize every 2 years. There is the art book shop Lugemik in their yard and a lovely café at the entrance. Take at least 1h or better 2h to stay there. Go walking on the seaside, starting from EKKM and continuing all the way up north to Kopli by Kultuurikilomeeter / Culture Kilometer that starts in front of the EKKM / CAME. ”
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Museum
“ The Museum of Estonian Architecture has a permanent exhibition of the models of the city, providing an overview of Estonian architecture in the 20th century. In order to supplement the exhibition, the museum has ordered new models and brought out old ones from its storage from time to time, keeping the exhibition fresh.”
Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Iglesia
“Exquisite altarpieces, medieval burial slabs and other works of religious art can be seen in this 1230-era church-turned-museum. Saints, dancing skeletons and silver – not to mention the occasional organ concert – are the main attractions here. Founded by German merchant/settlers from the island of Gotland, the sturdy church was designed to double as a fortress in the days before the town wall was built. The building survived the Reformation looting of 1523, but wasn't so lucky in the 20th century when it was destroyed by World War II bombs.”
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Museum
“An old prison that has not been in use since 2002. It has been turned into a museum and it is an interesting site to witness the life between the prison walls. Book a guide in advance!”
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