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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  • petri2016 petri2016
    Kumu museum - both the exhibiton and the building are worth seeing

    We visited for the first time the KUMU Museum. Both the exhibition and the building were very interesting. The building is designed by a Finnish architect Pekka Vapaavuori and it alone is worth...

  • Mandy B Mandy B
    Beautiful modern architecture

    This is relatively new building (2006) with a beautiful light, airy feel to the connecting spaces, without compromising the intimacy of the galleries. The "Hop On Hop Off" bus stops nearby and allows...

  • Steve S Steve S
    Must see when in Tallinn!

    The building itself is worth a visit - and the collection and exhibits were excellent. Enjoyed the immensely interesting exhibit that explored Estonian artists' reactions to Soviet occupation from...

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