Lai street, which was first mentioned in 1314, has been one of the main streets of Tallinn. This building at the street corner was a hub of social life as early as in the Middle Ages; in the 15 century, it housed the Brandenburg pub. It was first turned into a theatre in the 19 century; the first plays of the first theatre in Tallinn were performed in that house.
The current building was constructed as a club for German nobility on the spot of the former building, which had burned down several times.
NUKU theatre was founded in 1952 by puppet actor Ferdinand Veike; its repertoire includes puppet and drama productions. Next to the theatre is NUKU museum, where you will find unique exhibitions of puppet art and interactive displays.
It belongs in the National Registry of Cultural Monuments.
Interesting find in a lovely area of Tallinn. Staff were super helpful and some displays were pretty cool. Check it out if you have time to kill :)
At €5 it was too expensive but the collection is quite good. Really somewhere to take kids and maybe worth seeing as it is a little bit different.
Went there as close to the apartment that I rented too expensive for what was offered cafe good but think again as not worth the investment