It will take you half an hour to see this museum, but it's interesting and puts context to the whole Kadriorg park. Living quarters of Russian tzar Peter I. during his visits to Estonia.
There is not much to see in the museum but you do get a bit of the history of Peter I in Estonia and there are numerous interesting artefacts there. Only worth going if you are already in the park.
Set in a beautiful park, this small but amazing museum is a must visit. It contains amazing paintings, artefacts and furniture and is steeped in history. The lady at the ticket desk was great, giving...
Mäekalda tänav 2, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn
We are located at Mäekalda 2 (Kadriorg Park). You can reach the museum from the city centre by trams No. 1 and 3 (Kadriorg stop) or by bus from Pirita (Uus Sadam or Poska stops). By car, you can get here by Weizenberg street; nearby, you find KUMU car park in Valge street. You can leave your bus in the car park of the Kadriorg stadium or in Valge street.
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