Tartu Art Museum was established in 1940 to collect, store and display modern art, and it still fulfils this function today.
In the Leaning Building at Raekoja plats 18 (Town Hall Square), you can visit exhibitions of Estonian and foreign art and participate in workshops, excursions and seminars.
Art collections and specialist library are located at Vallikraavi 14.
On the ground floor of the exhibition building, there is a museum shop that sells various treatises by artists and art and humanitarian scientists, textbooks on art, art catalogues and art periodicals. In addition, the shop offers various souvenirs with reproductions of classical pieces of Estonian art.
Didn't go in because it was closed, but I liked the interesting leaning building. It was built in the 18th century. Not originally meant to be leaning. That happened due to the different materials...
While being a major landmark of Tartu, due to it leaning nature from half building being built on old city wall, it is an interesting if somewhat uninspiring museum of art.
Estonian art museum, its not too big, its took only 2 hours. One hour is enough. Full ticket, all floors 4 EUR. Exhibitions open Wed, Fri–Sun 11–18 / Thu 11–21. I visted Tõnis Saadoja’s personal...