The museum located in a Neo-Baroque building constructed in the 19th century for the maintenance man, or castellan of Kardiorg Palace showcases the last home of Eduard Vilde (1865-1933), one of the most popular and influential Estonian writers of the 20th century.
Interchanging exhibitions are held on the first floor of the building. Activity sheets for children, as well as adults are sold in the museum ticket office. These help you discover the museum on your own.
Roheline aas 3, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn
Eduard Vilde Museum is located in Kadriorg Park in the immediate vicinity of the Swan Pond. Trams 1 and 3 can be taken here from the City Centre. P. Mudist's female figure made of stone is in front of the pink two-storey wooden house.
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