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Most significant parks of Tallinn

Most significant parks of Tallinn

Kadrioru park

In Tallinn, there are dosens of parks green areas from tiny Green Market in Lai Street to the great Kadrioru Park that lays over the area of 85 hectars.

View Tallinn parks on the web map


The main park of Tallinn


 Parks of Toompea and Lower Town


Parks of the suburbs




Former Summer Manor Parks



Beauty Gardens

  • The garden created in the second half of the 19th century by Aleks Gustav von Knorring in Kadriorg

  • The garden created in the second half of the 19th century by Wilhelm Kühnert in Kesklinna district
  • The garden created in the early 20th century by Henrich Tiidermann in Nõmme districtThe most outstanding gardens created be­fore 1940 are the gardens by Oskar Kerson, August Küla and Jaan Säinas in Nõmme district
  • The nursery garden by Hans Lepa which is presently in a bad shape and has been taken under nature protection



The area of nature protected park‑woods makes 65,2 ha. They are located in Nõmme district. These are pine-covered sandy heaths of the cowberry growing type which have become richer in species due to the human activity.Vabaduse (Freedom) park‑wood (19,1 ha), Sanatooriumi (Sanatorium) park‑wood (18,3 ha), Valdeku park‑wood (12,4 ha), Võidu (Victory) park‑wood (9,6 ha), Jannseni park‑wood (3,7 ha), Orava­mäe (Squirrel’s Hill) (2,1 ha). 




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Last modified 21.02.2024