The renovated Kiek in de Kök’s first two floors host temporary exhibitions. The third floors exhibition “Secure city” gives an overview of Tallinn’s fortresses through the centuries focusing on crime and punishment in the Old Tallinn.

The fourth floor’s exhibition “Tallinn at war” tells the story of how wars, famine and pestilence have beset the city over the centuries. On the fifth floor’s unique weapon chamber, an interested crowd can investigate an exposition of weapons as well as try their hand on a shooting stimulator. On the sixth floor, in the cafe, you can enjoy unique views over Toompea, the lower town and the port.

The Bastion tunnels 10m below the ground will take the visitor back to the future, showing how people imagined the future would turn out in the past.


Opening hours

March–Oct   Tue–Sun 10.30–18.00. Last admission 17.30
Nov–Feb      Tue–Sun 10.30–17.00. Last admission 16.30
The Museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays.
 
Tickets
Kiek in de Kök
Adults 70 EEK
Concessions 40 EEK
Family ticket 140 EEK
Free admission for pre-school children
 
Bastion Tunnels
Adults 90 EEK
Concessions 50 EEK
Family ticket 180 EEK
Free admission for pre-school children
 
Joint ticket (Kiek in de Kök and Bastion Tunnels) 130 EEK

The Bastion Tunnels can be only visited by guided tours. Group size is limited to 20 persons. Guided tours to the Bastion Tunnels should be booked in advance calling (+372) 644 6686, by e-mail:  kok@linnamuuseum or at the museum desk.
Location: Komandandi 2