Estonian Museum of Natural History

The Estonian Museum of Natural History invites you to journeys – our exhibitions tell stories about the nature of Estonia and help you to interpret its secret conversations.

The Museum of Natural History holds several exhibitions every year. The exhibitions will always offer you new knowledge, experiences and inspiration, be they on live spiders, edible and poisonous mushrooms, or minerals.

Our room of the sea and rivers opens a door to the fascinating aquatic world.

The room of forests welcomes you with a rich display of mammals, birds and insects.

In the Room of Discoveries, you can touch, listen to, watch and smell the world as animals do.

Good to know: All well-behaved dogs are welcome to the dog parking lot of the Estonian Museum of Natural History while their owners are visiting the museum.

Features and amenities


Lai tänav 29A, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn

Getting there


  • Signposted
  • By car

Stops nearby

Train: Balti-Jaam
Tram: Linnahall
Trolleybus: Balti-Jaam


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