Katariina Guild

Here you find craftsmen’s workshops and merchandising in a medieval atmosphere.
Visitors can watch artists practise their craft in open studios for leather, textile, glass, jewellery, hats and ceramics.

The guild has been active since 1995. The medieval complex that unites Vene street with Müürivahe street is unique. This has influenced the design of work areas and everyday work arrangements. Eight studios of Katariina Guild are a symbolic bridge between the past and today.

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  • petra h petra h

    Interesting little passage

    This is a small narrow passage, interesting already because of the fact that it is very old, but preserved, on the top of it there are small crafts' and art's shops where you can discover and buy the...

  • ShalonR ShalonR

    Beautiful street and a look into lost arts

    Firstly, the street itself is gorgeous and feels very medieval. Secondly, its worth going to each of the artisan workshops to see them in action. There's leather cutters making bags, boxes and books...

  • Joshiewoshie Joshiewoshie

    Real artisans creating real crafts

    Tallinn is on handicrafts overload. There are many artisans, both real and fake selling every manner of craft. Some of the stuff is hideous and useless. You truly wonder who buys some of this...


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