19th Century Tartu Citizen’s Museum

The museum is located in a wooden home that was built in 1740. The Citizen’s Museum displays the interior of a town citizen’s house and everyday life from the 1830s. The living room, dining room and gentleman’s study and bedroom are decorated in the typical German Biedermeier Style. The kitchen in the centre of the house creates a cosy atmosphere with its many household items and English stove that is in working order.

Features and amenities


Jaani tänav 16, Tartu

Getting there

The museum is located in the centre of Tartu near the St. John’s Church


  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road

Stops nearby

Bus: Lai


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