24 February is Estonian Independence Day and a public holiday. This also means some changes to the opening hours of Tallinn Card’s partners that day.
Don’t worry though! Plenty of the museums and attractions will be open, welcoming visitors and even holding special events to celebrate Independence Day.
Some businesses may also close their doors three hours earlier than usual the day before the holiday, 23 February, which is why we recommend checking the opening hours of museums and attractions on their websites.
The following locations are open to visitors on 24 February:
Museums and attractions:
- Estonian History Museum – Maarjamäe Palace
- Estonian History Museum – Maarjamäe Stables
- Estonian History Museum – Great Guild Hall
- Estonian Theatre and Music Museum
- Estonian Open Air Museum
- Energy Discovery Centre
- Estonian Film Museum
- KGB Prison Cells (open 8-18)
- Kiek in de Kök Fortifications Museum (open 8-15)
- Marzipan room
- Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom (open 8-18)
- Holy Spirit Church
- Tallinn Art Hall
- Tallinn Town Wall and Towers
- Tallinn Zoo
- Tallinn Botanic Garden
- Tallinn TV Tower
- Elamus Spa and Spa 21+
- Multimedia Art Exhibition Monet2Klimt
- PROTO Invention Factory
- Skywheel of Tallinn
- Super Skypark trampoline and playcenter
- Super Skypark hands-on science center SkyLab
- Tallinn Legends
- TopGun Shooting Range (Call in advance!)
- Old Town Ice Rink Uisupark
- Audioguide Tallinn Old Town Walking Tour
- Tallinn Audioguide Tour on iPod
- Audioguide and E-Book for download
- Kehrwieder Chocolaterie
- Restaurant Peppersack
- Restaurant Scheeli
- Restaurant Spot
- Ristorante Flavore
Public transport in Tallinn and bicycle rent from City Bike is free.
Happy Estonian Independence Day!