Pärnu Citizen’s House

Nikolai tänav 8, Pärnu linn, Pärnu


People who visit the Citizen’s House can learn about the history and people of Pärnu. Visitors can view exhibitions of the history of local government, the most important historical persons associated with Pärnu, exhibitions of Hanseatic and twin towns. The heads of the city often hold receptions for the city’s most respectable guests and delegations in this house and they also use it for discussions of cooperation and important meetings.
The house itself is the oldest wooden building with beams and a high gable roof in the medieval territory of Pärnu that has survived all fires and wars.

Times and prices

Wednesday–thursday: 12:00 - 18:00
Monday–tuesday, friday–sunday: closed

Wednesday–thursday: 12:00 - 17:00
Monday–tuesday, friday–sunday: closed

  • Free of charge

  • Free of charge

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Getting there

It is located in the centre of Pärnu, at the crossing of Nikolai and Uus Streets, right next to the Town Hall of Pärnu.

  • Signposted
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
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Bus: Teater
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