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#1 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Great for a family visit or a romantic get away with the love of your life.
... creamy butter sauce and a beer "Saku" or "Pulse"; 9. To reach, finally, to the Town Hall square and go to the oldest (1422!) pharmacy of Europe, which is owned by 9 generations of a Hungarian family of Burhardt.
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#4 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Fascinating exhibition great for families lot of interactive displays and brilliant to be able to go inside the submarine, we spent over two hours here without realising it
It's fun for kids and adults, and has a submarine you can explore, a flight simulator, a anti-aircraft simulator, and other fun activities.
#10 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
It's highly interactive, the info is in English and Russian and just the right amount and depths to be good for both knowledgeable adults and "still learning" kids.
Plenty of interactive tools what can be used as an explanation for small children, teenagers could enjoy the candidness of special parts of the exhibition and also extended information as well as adults will enjoy!
#9 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Originally built by Peter the Great for Catherine I of Russia as a summer villa and family retreat, it is now open to the public, hosting an extensive art exhibition and showcasing precious collections of furnitur...
... gardens are lovely in full bloom and the park is well used by tourists and locals alike .Great spot for a picnic even on a cool day when we visited we saw families handing out sandwiches to their young family
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#12 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
It is a great day out to spend about 5-6 hours doing, and I would highly recommend it for families or history buffs.
Highly recommendable if you are travelling with children who love animals!
#8 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
This is such a great way to spend an afternoon strolling through history and watching local families enjoy a Sunday at leisure.
There are strolling musicians and children chasing iridescent bubbles and lots of people relaxing and having fun.
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#11 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Children will love it too.
#5 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
We passed the Short Leg Gate - reputed to be the most haunted place in Tallinn, with 3 giant statues of ghostly looking looking priests - suitably scary for the kids!
Walked with our kid and enjoyed this activity.
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#33 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Lots of play equipment for children, changing booths and ice cream.
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#24 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
There were loads of interactive things for adults, children and families and loads of really fun educational things too!
Very interactive, modern and cool, keeps both kids and adults entertained.
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#22 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
I had a toy castle as a child and the towers either side of the entrance gate were exactly like these towers.
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#20 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Nice place to go for lunch or a relaxed dinner with friends or family.
#54 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
There was so much to do and see, it definitely takes up a whole day and is a great day out for families and friends!
Pretty big zoo, but you can se almost everything in on visit, a very wide variety of animals, there's also a kiddies section for kids
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#52 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Families with children can spend some time on the kids space and for those who want to take a nap there is a lounge with seats arranged just like on a airplane/train.
We traveled on the Megastar and the 2 hour journey was very good, the ship caters to children with play activities and microwave usage for families with babies.
#56 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
There are different exhibitions and something for everyone - kids area, roses, trees, tree mushrooms, butterflies, bushes, tropic plants, etc. take your time there and enjoy the fresh air, beauty and beautiful flo...
There are even three pigmy goat offsprings borrowed from the zoo, which make great fun for kids (in July 2016).
#42 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
We upgraded our family admission ticket to Lennusadam (Maritime museum at Seaplane Harbour), to also include admission to this museum at Fat Margaret tower.
They've gone to great lengths to make it family friendly without compromising the serious side.
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#74 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
We had some hours in the city before going home and we were looking for new place to visit, so we find this place - new museum and looked, that it will be interesting for all of as - children (6 and 10) and parents.
There is lot to do - specifically do! - for children but also for adults.
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#43 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
The Viking exhibition was excellent in particular - great for kids and adults alike.
It cost 6 Euros for adults and 3 Euros for children to enter.
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#50 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Great place to scare the kids, come when it is darker and get a great idea about life in medieval times!
#48 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
My kids loved the mysterious monks, which took us by surprise.
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#19 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
Here, as all throughout the town of Tallinn, are enthusiastic children playing music.
I recommend visiting it either if you travel alone or you take your kids with you.
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#35 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
The grounds even during the snow were being enjoyed by families sledding!
Many dancers also, children playing instruments and singing.
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#66 of 318 things to do in Tallinn
You can buy marzipan, all kinds of them, you can participate in the class teaching you how to prepare figurines (both, for kids and adults).
If you bring your children they can build their own marzipan figures for only 4euros!