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 Travel Tips
- Additional Contact No: +372 606 6403
Entrance Ticket Details For Kadrioru Park
Admission fee for palace:
- Adult: Euros 5.5
- Family Ticket: Euros 11
- Pensioner and student: Euros 3.5 per person
Kadrioru Park Hours
- Park and Palace are open 24 hours.
How to Reach Kadrioru Park
- Bus: J. Poska
- Light Rail/ Tram: J. Poska
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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35.24% of people who visit Tallinn include Kadrioru Park in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
28.46% of people start their Kadrioru Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Kadrioru Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kadrioru Park
Kadrioru Park Reviews & Ratings
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the park. We walked in from the tram stop and even the walk is lovely; so many ways you could explore. We were mainly interested in the art and exhibitions, along with the historic buildings, and saw plenty of all of those. Very pleased to have made the time to visit; definitely worth your while getting out of the centre of Tallinn if you have time to do so. And get the Tallinn card! So much is covered by it :)
Tallinn Estonia’s beautiful park for strolls and resting to take in the inner city nature. Plenty of wide walkways to ensure everyone has enough space to relax and let the mind wander. Great for any day of the week!
The jewel of Tallinn, this park, the palace and it's gardens are exquisite. An absolute must see when in Estonia. Strolling through the lush grounds on a beautiful Summer's day is an unforgettable experience. There is also a fun park for children along with the many museums and the presidential palace behind Peter the Greats summer home he built for his wife Katherine. Easy to get from Old Town and the city centre by tram, bus, taxi or a 20 minute walk. My favorite place in all of Tallinn!
Very cute and lovely park. The building is a very picturesque building from the Russian era and the surrounding parks and gardens are a pleasure to stroll through. The Kadriorg palace is very well kept (from the exterior at least) and it is easily accessible by tram.
Real vibe of Tallinn. Mixture of culture, art, history, nature. Popular by locals. Not so many dining opportunities if you stay longer.