Facilities for disabled
From May to September open 12:00-18:00, closed Mon, Tue. From October to April open only on Saturdays 11:00-17:00.
Price/Additional InfoThe admission fee is €4, the planetarium admission fee is €3. Joint ticket for University of Tartu Museum, Old Observatory and University of Tartu Art Museum is €15. Special price for the joint ticket from May until the end of the year 2023 is €10. More information about the tickets can be found on the website.
The massive, red-brick structure at the northwest tip of the hill is the remains of the Tartu Cathedral, which dates to the late 13th Century when Tartu was a bishopric. It was heavily damaged during the Livonian War and finally finished off by fire in 1
Built in 1809 just after the Tartu University's reopening, this grand, neo-classical structure is the symbol of Estonia's biggest brain factory. The building holds three main attractions for visitors. Among Estonia's oldest museums, the Universit
One of three branches of the university’s museum (along with Art Museum and Old Observatory), this division housed in the city’s famous Tartu Cathedral and chronicles the history of the university from its founding in 1632 to the present day, as well as