Kadriorg Park is one of the most visited areas of Tallinn. Rich in history and greenness, this park celebrates 300 years since the Russian Tsar Peter I ordered its construction in 1718. In celebration of this anniversary, lectures, excursions, family days, workshops, and other activities will be taking place in the museums located in the park. In summer, enjoy the Palace Music Concert Series, the '100 Roses' exhibit in July, and the celebration of Kadriorg on July 22. Visit the website for full programme details.