Estonian National Opera, Tallinn

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Address: 4 Estonia Avenue, Tallinn, Estonia

Phone: +372-6831201

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About Estonian National Opera, Tallinn

The Estonian National Opera offer some of the best opera, theater, ballet and musicals in Tallinn. The society was first established in the 19th century and soon folk performances, live theater and even comedy was embraced by the locals. Today, continuing the legacy, the theater is one of the best places to catch a trending live show.

The guided tours give you insight into the acoustics and construction of the theatre along with its interiors and history.

Estonian National Opera Ticket Prices

  • For ticket prices of trending shows, visit the official website.
  • Guided Tour: Adult- Euros 8; Discounted- Euros 5

Estonian National Opera Opening and Closing Hours

  • Box Office Hours: Monday - Sunday: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
  • Reservation of Tickets: Monday - Sunday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Guided Tour: Beginning at 5:30 pm: Friday in Estonian, on Saturday in English.

How To reach Estonian National Opera by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Estonia
  • By Light Rail/ Tram: Viru
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car / Bike.

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Estonian National Opera, Tallinn Reviews

  • This building rebuilt after II WW. Theatre has two main concert halls, one for theater and other for symphony orchestra and choir's. Big wardrobes and enough room and cafeterias to take a coffee and gognac or something refreshing at brakes. Service is professional and friendly. Definitely when planning trip to Tallinn, check for tickets and one does not regret it. No need for white tie but dark suit would be nice to have.

  • This is a majestic building with history. Has high level performances, ballets, operettas and operas. Also several galas are held there e.g. for several years it has been the venue for the president's reception and gala event on the independence day of Estonia.

  • A small modern Opera House in Tallin. Our seats on the first balcony were wonderful and very cheap compared to opera at the Royal Opera House in London. We saw Carmen and were delighted to have got such good seats the day before the performance. I would certainy recommend a visit and would love to go again

  • Beautiful. Operas sung in original language, with translation into Estonian & English above the stage. Tickets available through internet, both printer & selfphone QR-code accepted.

  • Brilliant experience, the only downside was the screens we're above the stage which made you chose whether you wanted to watch the play or read the subtitles

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