Estonian Sports Museum
Chronicling more than just Estonian Olympic excellence (although the glittering medal display serves that purpose admirably), this...
Citizen’s Home Museum
In an old wooden house with period furnishings, this museum shows how a burgher from the 1830s lived. There are only a few rooms (what...
St John's Church
Dating to at least 1323, this imposing red-brick Lutheran church is unique for the rare terracotta sculptures placed in niches around...
The Genialists’ Club is an all-purpose, grungy ‘subcultural establishment’ that’s simultaneously a bar, cafe, alternative nightclub,...
Locals love this place. Its warm, stylish decor belies its bargain-priced crepes (of the sweet or savoury persuasion, with great combos...
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Botanical Gardens information
Founded in 1803, the university’s gardens nurture 6500 species of plants and a large collection of palms in the giant greenhouse. A wander through the grounds is both pleasant and free (open until 9pm in summer).