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Tallinn Card Free Attractions

The Tallinn Card is your ‘magic ticket’ to exploring the very best the city has to offer. By purchasing a Tallinn Card you get free entrance & discounts at nearly 100 tourist attractions! The card gives you a simple, hassle free and cost effective way to explore Tallinn on your own, choosing the sights that interest you most. It really is the best way to make your stay in Tallinn straight forward, giving you a way to personalise what you do and see during your holiday.

Data gathered from last years Tallinn Card users show the following attractions to be amongst the top 10 most visited sites or used services:

City Tour Bus
These colorful, double-decker buses cruising around Tallinn make exploring the city both easy and fun. With audio commentary available in 10 languages, they let you hop off at any stop, see the surroundings, and then hop back on to continue the tour afterwards.

Kadriorg Palace
A trip to Tallinn isn’t a trip to Tallinn without a visit to Kadriorg Palace and Park. This magnificent northern baroque palace, built by Peter the Great for his wife, Catherine I, in 1718. The grandiose palace with its surrounding manicured gardens is home to the foreign art collection of the Art Museum of Estonia.

Estonian Open Air Museum
This museum lets you travel back in time to the rural Estonia of old. The vast, forested park is filled with thatched, 18-20th-century farm buildings, windmills, a wooden chapel and a village school, with staff demonstrating how people lived and worked in times past.

Purchasing the Tallinn Card is easy, you can even order your Tallinn Card online with

When you go through the booking process you will be given the following information to make it easy to arrange a pickup destination for your Tallinn Card, whether this be your hotel or the main Tallinn Tourist Office.

“Please inform us to e-mail: about your hotel in Tallinn where would you like to pick-up the Tallinn Card otherwise your Tallinn Card will be waiting on Tourist Information Centre in the Tallinn Old Town at Niguliste 2 / Kullassepa 4. Open 01.05-14.06 weekdays 9-19/ sat-sun 9-17 15.06-31.08 weekdays 9-20/ sat-sun 9-18 01.09-30.04 weekdays 9-18/ sat-sun 9-15. Please inform us about a time when would You like to start to use the Tallinn Card. Tallinn Card must be booked 3 days prior arrival”

Pricing of Tallinn Card:
6 Hours €12
24 Hours €24
48 Hours €32
72 Hours €40

Kids (0-14 years old) go for half price!

As the official Tallinn Tourism website points out..
“We would like to draw the attention of the users of Tallinn Card to the fact that in Tallinn, several museums are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and also on national holidays.”

If you want to be smart when planning your holiday to Tallinn, you really should get yourself a Tallinn Card.

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