Tallinn City Museum
Tallinn’s City Museum is actually split over 10 different sites. This, its main branch, is set in a 14th-century merchant’s house and...
Sts Peter & Paul’s Cathedral
Next to the monastery is the handsome 1844 Catholic cathedral, looking like it was beamed in from Spain. It was designed by the famed...
St Nicholas Orthodox Church
Built in 1827 on the site of an earlier church, St Nicholas was the focal point for the Russian traders that Vene street was named for....
St Canute’s Guild Hall
Tallinn’s temple of modern dance also hosts the occasional classical dance performance.
It’s hard to pick which is the most romantic setting: the 13th-century vaulted cellar restaurant or the summery tables in the...
Lonely Planet review
A medieval merchant's home at Vene tänav 17, on the corner of Pühavaimu tänav, houses Tallinn's most interesting museum - the Linnamuuseum , which traces Tallinn's development through to 1940.