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What to do in Tallinn on the Day of Restoration of Independence of Estonia?

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Visiting Tallinn this month? 20 August is a national holiday as we celebrate the Day of Restoration of Independence. See our list of special events taking place in the city's different museums to mark the occasion. 

Maarjamäe Palace of the Estonian History Museum hosts a traditional castle day, where various exciting activities are offered to the whole family. Read more about the programme on the museum's website.

Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom is hosting a large family day with special excursions, various workshops, and a music quiz with Vaiko Eplik. Read more about the programme on the museum's website.

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Estonian Open Air Museum, a family from the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th century, can be seen doing some important work on the farm, field, or meadow. Read more about the programme on the museum's website.

A traditional family day will take place in Tallinn TV Tower, where this year, we will look back at the spring emergency situation and provide advice for the future. In the yard of the TV tower, the Defence League will offer recreational rides with armoured vehicles and organise a demonstration battle. There is also an Airsoft shooting range. Innovative attractions are open in the TV tower’s summer garden and there will also be various musical performances. The day will end with a concert by Anne Veski at 5 p.m. Read more about the TV Tower programme on the attraction's website.

To celebrate the 29th anniversary of Estonia’s re-independence, the handicraft store Rewill offers a 29% discount on all products.

The following Tallinn Card partners are open to visitors:

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Please note! There may be changes in the opening hours of the places the day before and the day after the public holiday. Be sure to check the opening hours before visiting!

With the Tallinn Card, you can use Tallinn public transport and rent bicycles from City Bike free of charge.

In addition to the above, there is much more exciting to discover in Tallinn. 

See more on the Tallinn tourism website or visit the Tallinn Tourist Information Centre (Niguliste 2) – on 20 August, we are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Happy Restoration of Independence Day! 
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