Kalamaja Museum

Kotzebue tänav 16, Põhja-Tallinna linnaosa, Tallinn

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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.

Times and prices
01.01–31.12

Wednesday–friday: 13:00 - 20:00
Saturday–sunday: 11:00 - 18:00
Monday–tuesday: closed

  • Adult:

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    5 €
  • Family ticket:

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    10 €
  • Pensioner:

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    3 €
  • University student:

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    3 €
  • School student:

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    3 €
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Features and amenities
  • Pets allowed

  • WIFI

Getting there

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.

Access
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Balti jaam, Kalamaja
Train: Balti jaam
Tram: Balti jaam
Trolleybus: Balti jaam
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Reviews
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EDWARD E

EDWARD E

Nostalgic Eclectic Group of Toys

It reminds me of my youth to wander through this museum. Regardless of age, you will find artifacts that you remember from your childhood. It's an eclectic collection, although there is not a...

Robyn E

Robyn E

Lucky Children

The entrance is somewhat concealed. It is a treasure trove of life size puppetry and animations. Hands on sight and sound dioramas are popular with children and grown ups. There are a lot of...

homelands

homelands

A tiny museum, almost like being in someone's house...

This Museum, on the other side of the Central Railway Station, doesn't take a lot of time to cover. The displays are brightly presented athough the" hundreds" of teddies, dolls etc mentioned in the...

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