Kumu Art Museum

Kumu, which was opened in 2006, is the grand headquarters of the Art Museum of Estonia and has a number of purposes. Here, most of the collections of the Art Museum of Estonia are preserved, it accommodates the conservation-restoration department, a library opened to all visitors, Kumu Art Museum's permanent and variable exhibitions, the gallery for modern art, an auditorium, and an educational centre.

Kumu Art Museum's permanent exhibition introduces the Estonian art from the beginning of the 18th century until the year 1991. Variable exhibitions additionally include international and modern art.

Useful information: Event calendar HERE!

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  • Alex B Alex B
    Four nights in Tallin

    Stunning building and lovely collection in a beautiful park. Well worth the trip. We cycled there from the old town on hired bikes and also took in the Other galleries in the park.

  • Triin K Triin K
    Full of inspiration

    Best place to visit when you are art lover. It's full of inspiration. There's classical art pieces and modern expositions. Love this place.

  • Maria K Maria K
    I could spend a week there honestly!

    A very interesting museum, worth spending a whole day there if you can afford it. The exhibitions of paintings starting with the 18th century on the lower floor get weirder and weirder with each...

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