Estonian National Museum at Raadi

The land of the Estonian National Museum (ENM) at Raadi, between Tartu City and Tartu rural municipality, borders with the formerly glorious buildings of the Raadi Manor on one side, and the timber storage and the water tower and ice cellar of the ENM, which are located in converted former outbuildings of the manor and are open to visitors, on the other side. The window holes of the Raadi manor are used for exhibition 'Here in this country of ours'. In the centre of the manor complex is the natural Lake Raadi and the restored manor park, which is a perfect spot for spending a lovely day outdoors.

On 1 October 2016, the Estonian National Museum opens a new building with two permanent exhibitions: "Meetings" and "The echo of the Urals".

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