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May 1 is a public holiday in Estonia, which means some changes to the opening hours of Tallinn Card’s partners
Several places will be open and welcoming visitors. From this selection you are sure to find something exciting to do on this memorable day.

The following locations are open to visitors

Museums and attractions:

  • Adamson-Eric Museum (10-18)
  • Tallinn St. Mary's Cathedral, Dome Church (12:30-16:00)
  • Church of the Holy Spirit in Tallinn (9-10 and 16-18)
  • Dominican convent (11-18)
  • Hellemann Tower and the city wall (10-17)
  • Estonian Museum of Natural History (10-17)
  • Estonian Health Museum (10-18)
  • St. Olav’s Church Tower and Observation Platform (10-18)
  • Tallinn's city wall (11-18)
  • Kalev Marzipan Museum Room (9-21)
  • Energy Discovery Centre (10-16)
  • PROTO Invention Factory (11-18)
  • Kai Art Center (12-18)
  • Fat Margaret Museum and Visitor Centre (10-17)
  • Seaplane Harbour (10-17)
  • Fine-art photography centre Fotografiska Tallinn (10-18)
  • Kumu Art Museum (10-18)
  • Kadriorg Art Museum (10-18)
  • Mikkel Museum (10-18)
  • Tallinn Botanic Garden (10-19)
  • Tallinn TV Tower (10-19)
  • Estonian Open Air Museum (ticket office 10-19, park 10-20, Spring Fair 10-16)
  • Tallinn Zoo (9-18)  

Entertainment:

  • Multimedia Art Space Digitiva (12-20)
  • Super Skypark trampoline and playground centre (10-22)
  • Hands-On Science Centre SkyLab at Super Skypark (10-22)
  • Ferris wheel SkyWheel of Tallinn (10-22)
  • Mustamäe Elamus Spa (10-23)
  • Nõmme Adventure Park (11-19)
  • Pirita Adventure Park (11-19)

Cafés, restaurants, shops:

  • Café Pierre Chocolaterie (9:30-22)
  • Restaurant Olde Hansa (12-23)
  • Restaurant Kaerajaan (12-23)
  • PROTO café (12-18)  
  • Café Maru (10-17)
  • Fotografiska Café (10-18)
  • Castle Café (10-18)
  • Restaurant-brasserie Riviera Palais (12-22)
  • Tallinn TV Tower Restaurant (12-21)
  • Rewill (10-16)
  • Shoppe (12-19)

Sightseeing tours:

  • Welcome to Tallinn bicycle tour (11.00)
  • Tallinn Audioguide Tour on the iPod
  • Audioguide Tallinn Old Town Walking Tour
  • Audioguide and E-Book for Download
  • Old Town Walking Tour in Russian (11.00 and 13.00)
Public transport in Tallinn and bicycle rent from City Bike is free with the Tallinn Card.

In addition to everything listed above, there's plenty to see and do in Tallinn. Find out more on the Tallinn tourism website visittallinn.ee. Or pop in to the Tallinn Tourist Information Centre (open from 9:00 to 18:00 on May 1).

Happy discovering!
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