This 1797 neoclassical building now houses the tourist office and a small gallery space. Also note the half-timbered house, dating from...
St Catherine’s Orthodox Church
Built in 1768, this superb baroque church is named after Russian empress Catherine the Great, while also name-checking the early...
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...
Pärnu Concert Hall
This striking riverside glass-and-steel auditorium with first-rate acoustics is considered the best concert venue in Estonia.
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Pärnu Museum information
This museum covers 11,000 years of regional history, from prehistoric archaeological relics, right up to a reconstruction of a Soviet-era apartment. Pride of place goes to the star exhibit, an 8000-year-old 'Stone-Age Madonna'.