Opening hours
Opening hours of Estonian History Museum in 2021
 

GREAT GUILD HALL (Pikk 17, Tallinn)
  • May 2 -  Sept 30: Tue - Sun 10 - 18
  • Oct 1 - April 30: Wed - Sun 10 - 18 
  • Closed on Public holidays  2 Apr, 4 Apr, 1 May, 23 Jun, 24 Jun, 24 Dec, 25 Dec, 26 Dec 
  • Open 10-15 on 22 Jun, 23 Dec, 31 Dec
MAARJAMÄE HISTORY CENTER (Pirita tee 56, Tallinn)

FILM MUSEUM 
  • May 2 - Sept 30:  Tue - Sun 10 - 18
  • Oct 1 - April 30: Wed - Sun 10 - 18

  • Closed on Public holidays 1 Jan, 2 Apr, 4 Apr, 1 May, 23 Jun, 24 Jun, 24 Dec, 25 Dec, 26 Dec
  • Open 10-15 on 22 Jun, 23 Dec, 31 Dec
MAARJAMÄE PALACE 
  • May 2 - Sept 30: Tue - Sun 10 - 18
  • Oct 1 - April 30: Wed - Sun 10 - 18
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  • Closed on Public holidays 1 Jan, 2 Apr, 4 Apr, 1 May, 23 Jun, 24 Jun, 24 Dec, 25 Dec, 26 Dec
  • Open 10-15 on 22 Jun, 23 Dec, 31 Dec

THEATRE AND MUSIC MUSEUM (Müürivahe 12, Tallinn
  • May 2 - Sept 30: Tue- Sun 10 - 18
  • Oct 1 - April 30: Wed - Sun 10 - 18

  • Closed on Public holidays 1 Jan, 2 Apr, 4 Apr, 1 May, 23 Jun, 24 Jun, 24 Dec, 25 Dec, 26 Dec
  • Open 10-15 on 22 Jun, 23 Dec, 31 Dec
Free entrance
  • International Museum Day, 18 May
Visiting days with 1 euro ticket: last Sundays in March, June, September, December.

If you are interested in using the Maarjamäe Palace park aera for a gathering of 10+ people, please inform the museum at least 5 working days prior to the event taking place, via the e-mail address: tellimus@ajaloomuuseum.ee. The museum has the right to charge a rental fee for the use of the area, depending on the nature of the event.

Opening hours of the Restaurant-brasserie Riviera Palais one can find HERE.
  
NB! COVID-19

  • Wear a mask! The obligation to wear a mask or cover your nose and mouth is in force in public indoor spaces and service facilities. An exemption is given to children under the age of 12 and persons for whom it is not possible to wear a mask due to health considerations, special needs, the nature of their work or activity, or other substantial reasons.
  • Follow the 2+2 rule! The 2+2 rule must be followed in all public indoor-spaces, meaning that up to two people can move around together, keeping a distance of two metres from others. The restriction does not apply to a family moving around together, or if what it prescribes cannot be ensured reasonably.

People can visit indoor museums and exhibition halls, taking into account the 2 + 2 rule and the 50% occupancy restriction from 24th of May.

Museums and exhibition halls may be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.