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

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Estonia celebrates re-independence day on August 20 with a public holiday. This means that the opening hours of some museums may vary (list of Tallinn Card’s partners). But many museums, attractions, and restaurants are open as usual and some even offer special programmes. 
Hopefully something from below sparks your interest!

A family day at the Maarjamäe palace park will entertain you with tours, shows, workshops etc. The theme of the day is all about the wild 90s! Full programme here. 

The Tallinn TV Tower is also celebrating the day with a family event. Anyone who is interested in the events surrounding the restoration of independence of Estonia and national defence is welcome to visit the grounds of the TV tower. Full programme here. 

Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom offers exciting workshops and excursions. See more here.

Estonian War Museum celebrates the restoration of the independence of Estonia with a picnic in the park of Viimsi manor house. Find out more from here.

The following Tallinn Card partners are open to visitors:

Museums and attractions:

  • Estonian History Museum – Maarjamäe Palace
  • Estonian History Museum. Stable of Maarjamäe palace
  • Estonian Film Museum
  • Tallinn TV Tower
  • Tallinn Botanic Garden
  • The Estonian War Museum - General Laidoner Museum
  • Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom
  • KGB Prison Cells
  • Estonian History Museum - Great Guild Hall
  • Estonian Theatre and Music Museum
  • Estonian Health Museum
  • Estonian Museum of Natural History (Open 11-16)
  • Tallinn St. Mary's Cathedral (Dome Church) and bell tower
  • Church of the Holy Spirit in Tallinn (Open 10-16)
  • Marzipan room
  • Tallinn's city wall (Open 11-15)
  • Tallinn Museum of Orders of Knighthood (Open 10-15) 
  • Fat Margaret Museum and Visitor Centre (Open 10-17)
  • Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum (Open 10-17)
  • PROTO Invention Factory
  • Tallinn Zoo
  • Estonian Open Air Museum

Sightseeing tours:

  • Sunlines Women's Island (Naissaar) Day Cruise
  • Sunlines Tallinn Bay Sightseeing Cruise
  • Welcome to Tallinn bicycle tour
  • Audioguide and E-Book for download
  • Audioguide Tallinn Old Town Walking Tour
  • Tallinn Audioguide Tour on iPod


  • Super Skypark trampoline and playground centre
  • Hands-On Science Centre SkyLab at Super Skypark
  • Ferris wheel SkyWheel of Tallinn
  • TopGun Shooting Range (Call in advance!)

Restaurants and Cafés:

  • Kehrwieder Chocolaterie
  • Tallinn TV Tower Restaurant
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, offers a sweet gift to all Tallinn Card holders.

In addition to everything listed here, Tallinn has lots more for you to discover. You can also ask any questions you may have at the Tallinn Tourism Information Centre (Niguliste 2) – on 20 August you are welcome there from 9 AM to 6 PM.

Long live Estonia!
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Note: When visiting museums, tourist attractions, entertainment facilities and restaurants, you must be ready to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery or recent negative test result.