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The Republic of Estonia celebrates it's 104th anniversary on February 24. Traditionally most museums covering Estonia's history will be open on that public holiday as are many other museums. See the full list along with opening hours below. 
However, we do recommend to check the opening hours of museums and attractions directly on their websites before visiting. Note that some places may close early on February 23.

Happy birthday to Estonia and exciting discovering to all the visitors! 

The following Tallinn Card partners are open to visitors on 24 February

Museums and attractions:

  • Estonian History Museum – Great Guild Hall (10-18)
  • The Estonian War Museum - General Laidoner Museum (11-18)
  • Estonian Theatre and Music Museum (10-18)
  • Estonian Health Museum (10-18)
  • Estonian Open Air Museum (ticket office 10-17, park 10-19) 
  • Fotografiska Tallinn (10-17)
  • KGB Prison Cells (11-18)
  • Kiek in de Kök Fortification Museum (8-14)
  • Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum (10-17)
  • Town Wall: Nunna-, Sauna- and Kuldjala tower (11-16)
  • Estonian History Centre – Estonian Film Museum, Maarjamäe Stables and Maarjamäe Palace (10-18)
  • Kalev Marzipan Museum Room (8-19)
  • Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom (8-18)
  • Museum and Visitor Centre of Fat Margaret, Estonian Maritime Museum (10-17)
  • PROTO Invention Factory (11-18)
  • Tallinn Botanic Garden (11-16)
  • Tallinn Zoo (9-15)
  • Tallinn Museum of Orders of Knighthood (10-17)
  • Tallinn TV Tower (12-21)
  • Dome Church (10-16) 
  • Old Dominican convent and Claustrum gallery (10-17)

Entertainment:

  • Elamus Spa and Spa 21+ (10-23)
  • Multimedia Art Space Digitiva (12-20)
  • Hands-On Science Centre SkyLab at Super Skypark (12-21)
  • Skywheel of Tallinn (12-21)
  • Super Skypark trampoline and playcenter (10-21)
  • Old Town Ice Rink Uisupark (10-22)

Cafés, restaurants:

  • Fotografiska Café, first floor (10-17)
  • Café Kehrwieder Chocolaterie (8-23)
  • Café Maru (10-17) 
  • Castle Café (10-18) 
  • PROTO café (12-16) 
  • Restaurant Kaerajaan (12-23)
  • Restaurant Olde Hansa (12-23)
  • Restaurant Riviera Palais Brasserie (12-23)
  • TV Tower Restaurant (12-21)

Sightseeing tours:

  • Audioguide Tallinn Old Town Walking Tour
  • Tallinn Audioguide Tour on iPod
  • Audioguide and E-Book for download
Public transport in Tallinn is free with the Tallinn Card.

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

Happy Holidays!
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