Kadriorg PalaceCurrently Closed
- Address: A. Weizenbergi 37, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +372-6066400
- Ticket Price: 7 EUR
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Art Museum, Garden, Family And Kids, Architecture , Hall
Kadriorg Palace - Review
Built for Catherine I of Russia, the Kadriorg Palace dates back to the early 18th century and is loved for its Petrine Baroque architecture. The palace holds foreign art in the Kadriorg Art Museum but its charm is overwhelmingly seen from its exteriors as well.
The Great Hall is the highlight of the palace with embellishments customized to incorporate Catharine’s name along with other additions. Do take a walk in the Kadriorg garden that adjoins the palace to complete the experience.
Kadriorg Palace Ticket Prices
Admission Fee For The Museum:
- Adults: Euros 5.50
- Concessions: Euros 3.50
- Family ticket: Euros 11
Joint Ticket (Kadriorg Palace and Mikkel Museum):
- Adult: Euros 6.50
- Concessions: Euros 4
- Family ticket: Euros 13
- International Museum Night (museum is open 6.00 pm –11.00 pm)
- International Museum Day
Kadriorg Palace Hours
- Tickets may be purchased until 30 minutes before the museum closes.
- Long Wednesday: The Kadriorg Art Museum is open on Wednesdays until 8:00 pm.
- Exceptional opening hours: 31 December
- Closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Whitsunday.
- Closed three hours earlier: 23 and 31 December, 23 February, 22 June (3.00 pm)
How To reach Kadriorg Palace by Public Transport
- By Bus: J. Poska
- By Light Rail/ Tram: J. Poska
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Tallinn before you plan your trip.
Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Tallinn and book an accommodation of your choice.
Things to Know Before Visiting Kadriorg Palace
35.14% of people who visit Tallinn include Kadriorg Palace in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
40.91% of people start their Kadriorg Palace visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Kadriorg Palace
90% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kadriorg Palace
Kadriorg Palace Trips
5 Views34 Days 33 Nights32 Day Trip to Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Finland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Serbia, Hungary, Greece, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus from VolosBy: Published PrivatelyCity: Volos, Thessaloniki, Sofia, Burgas, Bucharest, Belgrade, Budapest, Bratislava, Krakow, Warsaw, Brest, Vilnius, Riga, Kolka, Saaremaa, Tallinn, Helsinki
7 Views54 Days 53 Nights54 Day Trip to Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland from PerthBy: Published PrivatelyCity: Athens, Thessaloniki, Skopje, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Venice, Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam, Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Krakow, Warsaw, Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn, Helsinki
Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn Reviews
Entry to the museum was free, when I visited. Located in the biggest park of Tallinn. Wonderful excursion around the museum. There was also a light festival in the evening , the park and the museum complex was decorated with colourful lights. Definitely worth a visit.
A stunning peak into the past, with a garden that has changed little since it's construction by Peter the first in the 18th century, and an amazingly preserved interior. Stunningly painted ceilings, amazing portraits and beautiful furniture, it's almost like stepping into the past. I have visited the museum a couple of times and have come away satisfied every time.
Beautiful castle - though in all honesty I've just visited the outside areas (because of time management). Lovely gardens with fountains and the castle in the background provide good photo opportunities.
The gardens and palace are lovely and definitely worth a look. The property has been well-maintained and the interiors are stunning. I wasn’t so taken with the art collection inside (the Soviet floor or Kumu is more my thing), but it was worth a visit nonetheless.
Beautiful building and garden located in an equally beautiful park. The palace is open to look around (entrance is included in the Tallinn card or payable on entry) with much to see over 4 floors. Outside you can go to the back of the building to see the private garden. The park surrounding the palace is always open.