Telliskivi Creative City

Telliskivi tänav 60a, Põhja-Tallinna linnaosa, Tallinn

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The Telliskivi Creative City, located in the former industrial complex, has become one of the most popular leisure centres among the locals. It is the largest and most unique creative centre in Estonia – hundreds of creative companies, NGOs, and start-ups are located here. Award-winning and diverse eateries, a shopping street focused on Estonian design, a gallery, and three theatres are waiting for you!

Nearly 500 cultural events take place in Telliskivi Creative City every year, and a flea market takes place every Saturday. In the heart of the creative city, you will find the internationally renowned and modern Fotografiska Tallinn museum with Stockholm roots. There is also a magnificent graffiti wall created by artists of 12 different nationalities. How did these paintings come about and what do they represent? You can find out about this on a street art tour.

Times and prices
Open all year round

Is open 24 hours

Features and amenities
  • Pets allowed

  • Food and drinks

  • Wheelchair access

Getting there

Telliskivi Creative City is within walking distance from the city centre. A tram, bus, and trolley stop is about 3 minutes away, as is the Baltic Station. A walk to the Town Hall Square takes about 10–15 minutes and to Freedom Square and Viru Keskus about 20–25 minutes. Entrances to the shopping street and the courtyard are on Telliskivi tänav next to Reval Café. Check the map for precise directions to the Creative City: https://telliskivi.cc/en/contact/

Access
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Balti jaam
Train: Balti jaam
Tram: Telliskivi
Trolleybus: Balti jaam
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UriusT

UriusT

coolest place in the city

Telliskivi is a model for what can be done with old industrial spaces and post-Soviet decay. Instead of just building more flats or offices for the ultra rich and completely gentrifying a part of the...

Piret3

Piret3

Highly overrated!

Not my cup of tea, finally found the shop i was looking for and quickly out of there. Don't like the atmospere.

speedy1313

speedy1313

Some change in two years, bad or good ?

Coming back again after 2 years, I felt mixed The old flair of Art Deco had disappeared, not totally but a lot. Instead some Bohemia’s bar terrace feeling Good or bad, that’s for everybody to...

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