Museum of New Art
The typical star shape of the 17th-century Swedish ramparts that surrounded the old town can easily be spotted on a colour map as most...
OK, so it’s now white but the city’s oldest building (dating from the 15th century) was once clad in red brick and was also bigger. This...
Piccadilly offers a plush, down-tempo haven for wine-lovers and an extensive range of coffee, tea and hot choc. Savoury food begins and...
Looking like it was designed by Barbara Cartland on acid (bright pink and a riot of stripes and prints), this fabulous cafe serves an...
Museum of New Art information
Lonely Planet review
In the former Communist Party headquarters, this art museum has a cafe, bookshop and exhibitions that always push the cultural envelope. Founded by film-maker Mark Soosaar, it also hosts the annual Pärnu Film Festival.