Museum of Applied Art and Design in Tallinn has over 13 000 exhibition articles divided into textile, ceramics, porcelain-, leather-, glass-, jewellery-, metal-, furniture- and design collections. Free admission on the following days:
Kumu Art Museum is a real proud of Tallinn inhabitants - modern building with full collection of Estonain Art and wide range of temporary exhibitions. Free entrance on 18 th May - International day of museums.
Museum of Estonian Architecture, Ahtri 2, Tallinn, is housed in the historical salt storage building. Exhibits contain maps of towns and other settlements, architectural drawings and projects, textual materials connected with them, models, papers on architecture and town building, reflecting the formation and development of Estonian professional architecture through the 20th century to the present day.Free admission on the following dates:
Bank of Estonia Museum leads you to the history of Estonian money. The museum is located on the first floor of an historical building that once housed the Estonian Nobility's Credit Union. Free admission.
Children Museum in Tallinn, 16 Kotzebue Street, houses toys from the Middle Ages up to the present days. The oldest objects are a small leather ball from the 15th century and a fashion doll from the 1st part of the 18th century. Free entrance every last Friday of a month.
Peter 1 House museum in Tallinn today is the only example of a 17th-century summer cottage in Estonian architecture. Admission free every last Friday of the month.
Kiek in de Kok - takes the visitor to a time journey that begins in 1219 and offers experience, information and entertainment. Free admission every last Friday of the month (except bastion tunnels that may be visited only in guided tours).
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.