Church Of The Holy SpiritCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Pühavaimu 2, 10123 Tallinn, Estonia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +372-6464430
- Ticket Price: 2 EUR
- Time Required: 00:20 Mins
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Statue, Family And Kids
Church Of The Holy Spirit - Review
Dating back to the 13th century, the Church of the Holy Spirit’s deceptively simple exterior tricks you till you see its elaborate interiors. The beautiful alter with statues that juxtapose against the golden embellishments, gorgeous stained-glass windows and the historic Clock of the Church of the Holy Ghost in Tallinn made by Christian Ackermann, are only a few of its many highlights.
The wood work truly takes center stage here with Baroque and Renaissance accents that complete the ethereal church.
Church Of The Holy Spirit Ticket Prices
- Adult: Euros 1.5
- Child: Euros 0.5
How To reach Church Of The Holy Spirit by Public Transport
- By Bus: Balti jaam 1
- By Light Rail/ Tram: Balti jaam
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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4.76% of people who visit Tallinn include Church Of The Holy Spirit in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
57.89% of people start their Church Of The Holy Spirit visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Church Of The Holy Spirit
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Church Of The Holy Spirit, Tallinn Reviews
Church is quite beautiful inside with wonderful stain glass window with interesting paintings even on along the aisle side of some of the pews. Shortly after entering there was amazing music with 3 musicians singing and playing old instruments including a recorder, drum, lute and hurdigurdis (spelling?) Acoustics were wonderful.
Please like if this review is helpful 👍 Interesting medieval church, great stained glass windows with lots of original artwork and old disk staircases allowing access to the upper level.
Originally consecrated in the early 13th Century. After the Reformation, the first Estonian sermons, supplanting the German versions, were held here and Johann Koell's Catechism, written by the pastor of the church and published in 1535, is considered the first book in Estonian. The exterior façade has a beautiful clock which has been keeping time here since the 17th Century. The church has a roll of honour, listing the 112 British RN sailors who lost their lives in the Baltic Sea operations 1918~20 which enabled Estonia and Latvia to declare independence from the Bolshevik USSR. Many are buried in Tallinn. Entry fee applies.
Lovely peaceful old church with beautiful modern-style stained glass windows. Traditional service in English on Sundays at 1pm.
Peaceful quiet church in the. Middle of busy Tallin