Estonian History Museum - Maarjamäe Palace [Maarjamäe loss]

Maarjamäe Palace is the most well preserved, summer manor complex in Tallinn today. Built in 1874 and commissioned by Count Anatoly Orlov-Davydov from St. Petersburg, it has played many different roles during its long history. This palace has housed a posh restaurant and hotel, an Aviation School of the Republic of Estonia as well as the Soviet army, before being given new life as a museum in 1987. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Estonian Film, they will present the exhibition 'Here We Are! The first century of Estonian film' which will run until August 31.

Admission €4. Joint ticket (Maarjamäe Palace and Stables) €6. Joint ticket (Maarjamäe Palace and Great Guild Hall) €7.

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Open 10:00 - 17:00. Closed Mon, Tue.


Pirita tee 56


(+372) 696 86 30

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