Galleries in the Kumu Art Museum

The exhibition halls on the third, fourth and fifth floors are divided between permanent exhibitions and rotating exhibitions. The exposition on the third floor includes the history of Estonian art from the 18th century to World War II. Fourth floor includes art created during the Soviet occupation from 1940 to 1980. The halls in the B wing of this floor are for rotating exhibitions of the art of this period from the museum's collection and elsewhere. The contemporary art gallery is located on the fifth floor, where rotating exhibitions of modern art are presented

The exhibition halls on the third, fourth and fifth floors are divided between permanent exhibitions and rotating exhibitions. The exposition on the third floor includes the history of Estonian art from the 18th century to World War II. Fourth floor

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  • Very modern building and good 20th century collection

    Very modern building and that is part of this gallery's charm. Some people like modern art, some people do not; however, their collection of 20th century Latvian and Soviet art is very extensive and...

  • Diverse, evocative & surprisingly vast

    Tastefully set up & diverse collection. Also: next to Kadriorg park, so ideal for a walk after having visited the museum.

  • Awesome contemporary art museum

    It's a must-do experience for art and design lovers who visit Tallinn, make sure to have enough time because it's worth it. Admiring and learning from the exhibitions of Estonian art (1750 to...


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