New permanent exhibition: Adamson-Eric.
Adamson-Eric (1902‒1968) remains one of the most brilliant modernist artists in Estonia. He was a talented and exceptionally versatile creator and the new permanent exhibition highlights the artist's versatility, emphasizing his abundance of ideas and dynamic movement across four decades of artistic creation.
Open from 11 June 2021
Estonian Maritime Museum (Seaplane Harbour)
The Estonian Maritime Museum is holding an exhibition dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Juminda called "Hell on the Baltic Sea. Stories from the Juminda Maritime Tragedy". As one of the deadliest naval battles in history, some 15,000 people died in the Baltic Sea, three times as many as Pearl Harbor.
Open 28 August 2021 - 11 September 2022
Estonian Museum of Natural History
The exhibition "Terribly Adorable Bats" will take you through the mysterious lives of one of Estonia's animals - bats. At the Museum of Natural History, you'll have the answer to questions like wh y do bats sleep upside down? and Are bats really blind? The exhibition shows everything about bats like their evolution, diet, migration patterns, and conservation as well as their place in folklore and pop culture. Visitors can come for a walk in the night forest, watch the bat feeding by the lake, visit the winter cave from the comfort of the warm museum room heat, and fly with a bat on a summer night.
The exhibition is open until 30 September 2021
Nows the Time to Vist
While some of these new exhibits are permanent, many will be gone by winter. That means that now's the time to visit. So don't let time slip away, book your visit to one of Estonia's museums soon!