Oskar Luts Home Museum

  Riia 38      +372 746 10 30     03 Apr 2024
Often referred to as the 'Estonian Dickens', Oskar Luts (1887 - 1953) wrote touching stories that continue to be near and dear to the hearts of all Estonians. His most famous novel Kevade (Spring), published in 1912, has been adapted into plays, ballets and even a well-known film. Set in the house Luts lived in for the last years of his life, this museum displays an extensive exhibition on his life and works, and includes a his quaint old sitting room, preserved for posterity.




Open 11:00 - 17:00. Closed Mon, Tue, Sun.
Museum is closed July 12 - August 08.

Price/Additional Info

Free of charge.


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