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What to do in Tallinn on Victory Day and St. John’s (Midsummer) Day?

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The coming Victory Day (June 23) and St. John’s (Midsummer) Day (June 24) are public holidays in Estonia. This also means some changes to the opening hours of Tallinn Card’s attractions. Don’t worry though! Plenty of the museums and attractions will be open, welcoming visitors.

Some businesses may also close their doors three hours earlier than usual the day before the holidays, June 22nd , which is why we recommend checking the opening hours of museums and attractions on their websites for all three days (22nd to 24th June).

On the evening of June 23, the Estonian Open Air Museum invites you to attend a traditional and fun Saint John’s Eve walk. Take a stroll along the museum’s pathways and learn about Midsummer customs and traditions. Folk music ensembles will be recreating the mood of St. John’s Eve celebrations throughout different eras. Many Midsummer night bonfires will be lit and all of the museum’s historical farmhouses will be open to visitors. Entrance to the party is free with the Tallinn Card!

From this list you are sure to find something exciting to do on these memorable days.

The following locations are open to visitors

Museums and attractions:

  • Estonian Open Air Museum (23.06 ticket office 10:00-22:00, park 10:00-00:00, 24.06 ticket office 12:00-19:00, park 12:00-20:00)
  • Tallinn Zoo
  • Town Wall: Nunna-, Sauna- and Kuldjala tower (11:00-15:00)
  • Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom
  • KGB Prison Cells
  • St. Mary's Cathedral (Dome Church) and tower
  • Holy Spirit Church (10:00-16:00)
  • Tallinn Museum of Orders of Knighthood (24.06 closed)
  • Museum and Visitor Centre of Fat Margaret, Estonian Maritime Museum (10:00-17:00)
  • Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum (10:00-17:00)
  • Tallinn TV Tower (23.06 closed)
  • Tallinn Botanic Garden
  • The Estonian War Museum - General Laidoner Museum (23.06 11:00-18:00, 24.06 11:00-16:00)
  • Children's Museum Miiamilla (23.06 10:00-14:00, 24.06 closed)


  • Skywheel of Tallinn (23.06 10:00-20:00, 24.06 12:00-22:00)
  • Super Skypark trampoline and playcentre (23.06 10:00-20:00, 24.06 12:00-22:00)
  • Super SkyPark hands-on science centre SkyLab (23.06 10:00-20:00, 24.06 12:00-22:00)
  • TopGun Shooting Range (Call in advance!)

Sightseeing tours:

  • Tallinn Audioguide Tour on the iPod
  • Audioguide and E-Book for Download
  • Audioguide Tallinn Old Town Walking Tour
  • Bicycle Welcome Tour of Tallinn
Public transport in Tallinn and bicycle rent from City Bike is free with the Tallinn CardKehrwieder Chocolaterie, a cosy café located in the heart of the Old Town, will offer a sweet gift to all Tallinn Card holders.

In addition to everything listed here, Tallinn has lots more for you to discover. Find out more on the Tallinn tourism website You can also ask any questions you may have at the Tallinn Tourism Information Centre (Niguliste 2) – on June 23rd and June 24th you are welcome there from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Happy Holidays!
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