Estonian Museum of Natural History

  Lai 29a ,   Old Town          (+372) 641 17 39     14 Mar 2019

All your favourite taxidermic Estonian, and a few foreign, animals (not to mention dried plants and molluscs) are on display in this renovated three-storey museum designed to introduce nature to youngsters. The permanent exhibition 'Estonian Mires' gives a brief overview of the origin and life of the mires, and looks different types of bogs and their importance. Be sure to also check out the Room of Discoveries, where you can experience life as an animal. English language audio guides are available and a small museum shop selling natural Estonian souvenirs is open on the first floor.


City card




Price/Additional Info

Admission €6, reduced €3, family €12. A joint family ticket for Tallinn Zoo, Estonian Museum of Natural History and Tallinn Botanic Garden is €35 and it may be used on separate days.


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