Kotzebue tänav 16, Põhja-Tallinna linnaosa, Tallinn
The Kalamaja Community Museum was created with the help of the locals. Opened in September 2021, the museum is a cosy place for locals and visitors alike, with exhibitions and public programme to learn about local history, the present, and the future.
The Kalamaja Museum summarises a fragment of the colourful nature of the area. The museum does not tell the entire story of Tallinn's oldest suburb from beginning to end – Kalamaja is meant to be discovered on your own. You can experience it briefly in the museum, but especially when walking in the streets and parks or sitting on a bench or on the stairs.
The museum is located at Kotzebue 16. You can take trams number 1 and 2 from the Viru väljak stop, trolleys number 4 and 5 from Mustamäe, and bus number 43 from Õismäe to the Balti jaam stop. On Vana-Kalamaja tänav, opposite the pharmacy, there is a double functionalist building – the Kalamaja Museum.
|Bus:||Balti jaam, Kalamaja|