House of Peter I
This is the humble cottage Peter the Great occupied on visits to Tallinn while Kadriorg Palace was under construction. The museum is...
Echoing the style of Kadriorg Palace, this grand building was purpose-built in 1938 to serve as the official residence of the Estonian...
The Estonian Art Museum's collection spills over into this former kitchen for Kadriorg Palace. It displays a small but interesting...
Well off the tourist trail, NOP is the kind of neighbourhood deli-cafe that's a magnet for yummy mummies, hipsters and itinerant...
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This futuristic, Finnish-designed, seven-storey building (2006) is a spectacular structure of limestone, glass and copper, nicely integrated into the landscape. Kumu (the name is short for kunstimuuseum or art museum) contains the country's largest repository of Estonian art as well as constantly changing contemporary exhibits.
The permanent collection is split into ‘Treasury’ (on the 3rd floor, featuring works from the beginning of the 18th century until the end of WWII) and ‘Difficult Choices’ (on the 4th floor, showcasing art during the Soviet era). Current and cutting-edge exhibitions fill the 5th floor. The complex is wheelchair accessible and has an excellent shop and cafe.