Officially opened on July 11th in 1980, the 314m tower was, and is, an imposing example of Soviet engineering. From its observation deck at the 175m level, which is the highest in Northern Europe, you can see Finland on a clear day. The renovated tower features a museum and a swank restaurant 'Teletorn'. One of the more exciting features include some pretty freaky floor-windows that you're encouraged to jump on and you can take full advantage of 'streaking skyward' in the lightning-fast elevators. Try out the 'EdgeWalk' on the deck, which just might possibly be among the most extreme activities you've ever done, even though you're attached to the structure by safety harnesses. From March 31 new temporary exhibition 'GENE-IUS' looks at everything that makes up modern humans, like genes and DNA and genetic codes and more. Take bus N°34A or 38 from the Viru Keskus bus terminal on Narva mnt. to Teletorn stop. Avoid queues and book tickets in advance: https://pilet.teletorn.ee/teletorn.
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Restaurant open 10:00 - 23:00.
Price/Additional InfoTicket €13, reduced €7, family €27. After 19:00 restaurant admission €3. A joint ticket for the Tallinn Botanical Garden and TV Tower is €15. See website for further admission info.
Events at this venue
Mar 31 - Mar 31 2021
Talk about a stunning view. Dining in this sky-high eatery, which is literally the 'top' place to eat in the city, beckons guests with a spectacular vista and beautiful crafted cuisine as well. Here you can enjoy a fantastic array of delicious Nordic and