Pärnu

Koidula Museum

  Jannseni 37      +372 443 33 13     17 May 2022
Dedicated to the life of the matriarch of Estonian poetry, this branch of the Pärnu Museum is housed the 1850s-era parish school where Koidula grew up and does a great job of preserving the feel of the era. Displays also pay tribute to her father, J. V. Jannsen, an equally important figure in the rise of Estonian national awareness. He founded the first Estonian newspaper, Perno Postimees, and edited it from here. In the backyard of the museum is an open-air pavilion with the atmosphere of Pärnu's first song festivals, and art and history exhibitions are held in the galleries of the beloved concert venue throughout the year. The younger members of the family will be taken on a discovery tour of the garden by 10-year-old Lydia - Lolla.
 

Email

lyk@pernau.ee

Price/Additional Info

Admission €6, reduced €3, family ticket €12. A combined ticket (Pärnu Museum, Red Tower, Koidula Museum) is €16 reduced €10, family €32.

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