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Tallinn Town Hall

Address: Raekoja plats 1, Tallinn | Show on map
Telephone: (+372) 645 7900
Fax: (+372) 645 7904
Website: http://veeb.tallinn.ee/raekoda/uus/index.php?id=3 External link
E-mail: raekoda@tallinnlv.ee
Method of payment: Cash

Tallinn Town Hall is the only Gothic town hall still standing in Northern Europe. It was home to the city's authorities for more than 700 years, from 1248 to 1970. Its current appearance dates back to 1404. Its oldest and rarest works of medieval art are its wooden benches in Gothic style, which were made in the second half of the 13th century. They represent one of the most beautiful examples of art from the Middle Ages in Estonia.

Today the Town Hall serves a representative function. Its public rooms hold formal receptions and concerts, while its attic is open to the public in July and August. In the Cellar Hall you will find an exhibition dedicated to Tallinn’s fortifications and the figure of Old Thomas, who has stood as the protector of the city on the Town Hall's tower for 400 years.

Times and prices

16.01–31.04

Is open advance bookings only

Adult: from 3 €
Family ticket: from 8 €
Pensioner: from 2 €
University student: from 2 €
School student: from 2 €

01.05–31.09

Is open advance bookings only

Adult: from 4 €
Family ticket: from 8 €
University student: from 2 €
School student: from 2 €

01.10–31.11

Is open advance bookings only

Adult: from 3 €
Family ticket: from 8 €
Pensioner: from 2 €
University student: from 2 €
School student: from 2 €

01.12–15.01

Is open advance bookings only

Adult: from 4 €
Family ticket: from 8 €
University student: from 2 €
School student: from 2 €

Exact price to be clarified by service provider.

Features

  • Exhibition
  • Site lighting
  • Toilet

Additional services

  • Guide service available

Discounts

  • Tallinn Card

Meals

Seminar and conference rooms

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