Vabaduse puiestee-3, Tartu linn, Tartu
Discover Tartu as it looked a century ago: the beautiful Kivisild Bridge with barges, Hotel Bellevue, and Illusion, the first cinema in Estonia, at the beginning of Raatuse Street. Instead of the current Atlantis building, there was a hay market with cobblestone roads that were filled with horse-drawn carriages at all times. Nearby was a magnificent example of Art Nouveau architecture – the guesthouse Jakor and many other buildings that were destroyed in World War II.
Take a trip to Tartu in 1913 through virtual reality (VR Tartu 1913), which gives you the opportunity to go more than a century back in time.
Audio in Estonian, English, German, Russian, Finnish, French, Latvian, and Lithuanian.
Saturday–sunday: 11:00 - 18:00
Is open advance bookings only
Exact price to be clarified by service provider.BOOK
The VR equipment rental point is located on the Town Hall Square side of the Arch Bridge. Vabaduse Avenue has paid parking spaces for buses and cars.