Estonian Firefighting Museum

Raua tänav 2, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn

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The permanent exhibition of the Estonian Firefighting Museum introduces the history of firefighting in Estonia from bygone days to recent past.

You will get an overview of firefighting arrangement and the development of firefighting organisations, but also learn about the sources and tragic consequences of fires and how to prevent fires.

Children get very excited by our living house model, where they can look for different fireplaces.

On the ground floor, there is the City Centre Rescue Comando and if you are lucky, you can sit in a fire-engine, see rescuers descend from a pole, get dressed in a minute, and rush away.

We ask that you book a time for a visit.

Times and prices
Open all year round

Monday–thursday: 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 15:30
Saturday–sunday: closed

Features and amenities
  • WIFI

Getting there
Access
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Kunstiakadeemia
Tram: Paberi
Trolleybus: Kaubamaja
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thejonpage

thejonpage

THIS WAS SUCH A HIDDEN ATTRACTION THAT you would bump into this locked door

... with a sign solemnly proclaiming that you should have booked your visit with the phone number below. Which would mean that if you were to find yourself clumsy enough to have just showed up (eww...

Robert C

Robert C

Small but interesting

The Estonian Firefighting Museum is very small, but sometimes it is a small collection that works best rather than sheer size. This won't appeal to everyone; it is a very specialized area. For...

JornTv

JornTv

Nice, but small

The museum has very friendly staff and they even let us look at the modern, operational fire station. But the museum is rather small and very little information is available in English. However, the...

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