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The tower Kiek in de Kök together with the passages of the Ingrian and Swedish bastions is an exciting part of Tallinn historical fortifications.The exhibition of “Kiek in de Kök and Bastion Passages” reopened in March 2010 takes the visitor to a...more
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If you've not got much time in Tallinn, I would recommend you put this on your list of things to do. Bastion Passages have to be pre-booked, but you can phone them or turn up and book on a tour going later in the day....More
For €7 the museum isn’t overpriced, but I was pretty underwhelmed by the exhibits. Unfortunately we missed the bastion tour which would have been interesting, make sure you time your trip to attend the tour
The bastions is a very different way to see Tallinn. You can't without a guide, but in our guided tour the guide wasn't very credible. I would have liked to hear more details and stories. We saw the towers as well. There is a lot...More
Visited Tallinn in June and this is a must-visit location for any visitor. Our group included 3 teenage kids who thought the entire museum, including the tunnels below, was a fascinating way to spend a morning. It can get crowded, and we recommend booking early...More
I loved the fact you. Outdoor walk so much of the walls,here the tower museum was great with well laid out varied exhibits the tiny chocolate museum was disappointing but the rest of it more than made up for it.
Guided tours of the bastion passages with an informed local guide. Very interesting place to visit & quite extensive tunnels. Tied in with Kiek in de kok which you explore at your own pace. Another free entry with tallin card.
We entered at the Kiek in de Kok and climbed the tower. It was full of interesting historical information and displays. We walked along the walls and enjoyed the beautiful views. It was worth the entry fees for the views alone! Excellent way to spend...More
Says on website that it closes at 5 but when we arrived after 4 we
weren't allowed in the tunnels or on the old walls. We were told to return the following day but as we were leaving the following morning we couldn't. We wanted...More