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Kumu Art Museum

A. Weizenbergi 34 | Valge 1, Tallinn 10127, Estonia
+372 602 6001
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A. Weizenbergi 34 | Valge 1, Tallinn 10127, Estonia
+372 602 6001
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had an art tour by a young artist, who was very through. The building alone is spectacular and has won awards for the architecture.

Thank travelerstoo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

her it is possible to sit out side and play chequers or table tennis,inside you need about three hours to see all the exhibits.we bought a tallin card her for 72 hours enabling us to visit most places free and also use public transport free.

Thank michaelpro
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

The main, general art museum for Estonia, the building is great, the displays have English comments and the cafe is excellent. Nice toilets. Free WiFi. The art covers a wide range of European schools, starting from around 1600. There is a special Estonian section, including...More

Thank Film G
Reviewed 11 August 2017

I was not very impressed by this museum even though it is interesting. I do not think it deserves the fame that it is around it, however the building is really interesting architecturally.

Thank nemanja1205
Reviewed 11 August 2017

From the centre you may go by tram No. 3 to this museum. It offers a great variety of artificial works and an impressive building.

Thank Klaus M
Reviewed 11 August 2017

You can easily combine visiting Kumu with Kadriorg Palace. The collection is mainly Estonian art - there was also an interesting exhibition on Estonian art during the Soviet regime. It will take 1-2 hours to see the entire museum.

Thank SusaMasa
Reviewed 9 August 2017

our highlight in Tallinn. great to track Estonian artist throughout time. The political embedding of art under soviet occupation is well done. In my view the best Museum I've seen in the Baltics.

Thank trippinhag
Reviewed 4 August 2017

The museum has some great Estonian art of all styles, to keep everyone happy, I went there with my teenage daughter and there were things she loved. Both painting and sculpture. The atmosphere is a lot more relaxed than galleries in other countries, and the...More

Thank David A
Reviewed 1 August 2017

A friendly, well organised, functional and interesting. At the same time a bit empty in both ways, visitors and exhibits, like an unfinished project.

Thank Adrian S
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

In picturesque surroundings of the park Kadriorg Some good insights into how life was under the soviet regime . I liked the old interviews on the videos . For example the reason for not building tower blocks - elevators forbidden under Soviet ruling Also liked...More

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Jenni K
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Response from Majje76 | Reviewed this property |
You can either take tram 1 or 3, or walking along the beautiful coast line, which is my favorite route. The art museum is located in the vicinity of the old royal Summer residence, which is a fascinating art museum itself!