Kadrioru Park, Tallinn
About Kadrioru Park, Tallinn
Kadrioru Park, Tallinn - Address, Phone Number
Address: 10127 Tallinn, Estonia
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Built alongside the Kadriorg Palace in the early 18th century, the Kadriorg park offers quaint greenery with water elements, colorful flower beds and romantic pathways that multiply the charm of the place. The Japanese Garden added to the park is absolutely stunning.
The Swan Pond with birds and a gazebo is the perfect place to stop by on a sunny day while the Kitchen building located on the grounds along with the nearby cafes, offer a perfect way for a leisurely stroll any time of the day. In winters, the park is a snowy wonderland. Spring sees Cherry blossoms warm up the entire park while summer embraces the blooming Irises and Orrises.
Kadrioru Park Information
- Additional Contact No: +372 606 6403
Kadrioru Park Ticket Prices
Admission fee for palace:
- Adult: Euros 5.5
- Family Ticket: Euros 11
- Pensioner and student: Euros 3.5 per person
Kadrioru Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Park and Palace are open 24 hours.
How To reach Kadrioru Park by Public Transport
- Bus: J. Poska
- Light Rail/ Tram: J. Poska
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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Great to walk around on a sunny day. Avoid Monday as things are closed on Monday. Peter the greats cottage is worth a look for a small fee and the walk to the sea is nice. The palace gardens are beautiful and free. I've been here twice, first time was on a Monday.
Such a great park. Have visited here several times and always eager to go back. It is big enough to have something for everyone. Museums, children's amusement area, park itself. And it's always in good condition.
Absolutely beautiful to check out in the fall as long as you have a warm coat on. The Baltic Sea, Art Muesuem, and even Presidential Mansion are all within a short walk.
A great and peaceful park. Recently attended the annual #LightWalks Festival, to celebrate the end of summer and beginning of autumn
It's really pretty from spring to august, the park is well kept and you can just chill there or even go to an art museum right next to the park (KUMU). Nice and peaceful and huuuge! They have several kids playgrounds there, they have divided playgrounds depending on children age group, so it would be easy to socialize.
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