Today the museum is open until 6 p.m.
Today the museum
is open until 6 p.m.
Tue 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Wed 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., Thu – Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
The museum is closed on Mondays
Lai 30 Tallinn, Eesti
PREFERENTIAL TICKETS 5€
senior, pupil/student, conscript
two adults + minors
FREE OF CHARGE
Children under 8 years.
Disabled persons under 16 years together with an accompanying person
Persons with a profound disability aged 16 and older together with an accompanying person
ICOM Card holders
Booking of guided tours is required for groups. Our knowledgeable guides will take you on a fascinating tour of our collection and keep the group together.
The price of a guided tour for a group in english language is 40.- EUROS. If you book a tour for a large group that has to be split, the price of a guided tour is 30.- EURO for each group.
Telephone booking for groups: 6411 886
All touch exhibits are provided with Braille labels. Themes are explained with the help of touch books: INTERNAL ORGANS, CELL, SENSORY ORGANS. MAN & WOMAN, PARASITES.
Entry is free for blind visitors and the accompanying person.
New exhibition "Natural Death"
New exhibition "Natural Death" now open! Just a century ago death used to be a natural part of life but nowadays it is little understood and perceived as a distant phenomenon. This exhibition aims to show death as a natural part of life not to be feared or mystified. The exhibition explains how and why people die and clarifies what changes happen to our bodies after death and also points out the ethical side of treating the dead. The topics of funerals, grief, remembering of the deceased are presented. Different specialists that study death, music or bugs, morticians, and people around us give their point of view. You can listen to funeral music, try out our digital-autopsy table and see different items linked to death and grief. Admission with general ticket. The exhibition is open until 31.08.2017.Read more...
Happy re-independence day!
August 20th Estonia is celebrating our re-independence day. At that day museum is open for all our visitors. Happy re-independdence day Estonia!Read more...
The museum newcomer showcase got new content
Artifacts from different origins, donated to the museum and having bigger interest among the audience are showed in our newcomer showcases. Showcases are located on the second floor of the museum permanent exhibition next to stand of prosthesis. Among other displayed items may be found Acupuncture set from 1960s–1970s .The set belonged to Dr. Vera Paklar, one of the first doctors in Estonia to attend an acupuncture course in Moscow and to offer the treatment to her patients. The purpose of acupuncture is to support health, and treat symptoms of illnesses by stimulating points of energy channels of the body. Acupuncture is used to alleviate pain and various health problems, such as mood and attention disorders, digestive and sleep disorders, fatigue, anxiety, and depression. The therapists use needles of various lengths, metallic plates and balls, or burn moxa cigars close to the patient’s skin.Read more...