Tallinn City Museum, Vene Street 17, exhibits an overlook of Tallinn’s history through centuries – beginning with prehistory and ending with Estonia’s regaining of independence in 1991. Every last Friday of a month admission is free to all visitors.
Located in the former town prison Tallinn Photo Museum, 4/6 Raekoja Street, displays the history of Estonian photography from 1840-1940. Admission free every last Friday of the month.
St.Charles Church in Tallinn, Toompea 10, invites for a music hour every Tuesday at 17:30.
Niguliste Museum in St.Nicholas church was restored and inaugurated in 1984 as a museum-concert hall, where the collection of medieval art of the Art Museum of Estonia is exposed, and also organ and choir music concerts can be enjoyed regularly. Free entrance on 18th May - International day of museums.
In summer explore Estonian seaside resort Parnu with Parnu Free Tour guides. From 1June to 31 August meet your guide in fron of Hotel Parnu at 12 p.m. and be ready for 3 hour walking tour in Estonian Summer Capital.