TV Tower

  Kloostrimetsa 58a ,   Pirita          +372 59 11 ​93 35     23 May 2024

Officially opened in 1980 for the Summer Olympics, 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 enjoy a 360-degree view of the city and even see Finland on a clear day. Tower features a museum, changing exhibitions and a swank café-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. From April through October try out the 'Walk on the Edge', 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.
Getting there: It's a 15-minute taxi drive or a 25-minute bus ride from the centre. Take a bus N°34A or 38 from the city centre to Teletorn stop.


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Restaurant open 10:00-22:00.

Price/Additional Info

Ticket 17€, reduced 10€, family 35€. After 7pm ticket and restaurant admission 10€. A joint regular ticket for the Tallinn Botanical Garden and TV Tower is 19€. See website for further admission info.


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TV Tower impressed us with a lot of attractions and modern look. Some additional information from our travel to Teletorn: http://myfamilytravelzone.com/blog/14-tallinn-tv-tower

The TV tower was renovated and is open again (since April 2012). I've heard the ticket is quite expensive around 11 EUR.
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