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  • Address: A. Weizenbergi 34, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +372-6026000
  • Ticket Price: 6 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art Museum, Family And Kids

Kumu - Review

The Kumu Art Museum is one of the largest museums in Northern Europe and has a permanent collection from the 18th century to the Second World War. The place has a rare collection of works of art by artists including Johann Koler, Konrad Magi and Kristjan Raud and trace the evolution of Estonian art through centuries.

The Soviet inspired exhibits portray rebellion, need for justice and the gruesome reality of the times in the art collection and is the highlight of the museum.

Kumu Ticket Prices

All exhibitions in Kumu (The Great Hall, 3rd, 4th and 5th floor):

  • Adults: Euros 6
  • Concessions: Euros 4
  • Family ticket: Euros 12

Exhibitions of contemporary art (5th floor):

  • Adults: Euros 3
  • Concessions: Euros 2
  • Family ticket: Euros 6

For other prices including combo tickets, visit the official website.

Kumu Opening and Closing Hours

  • Tickets may be purchased until 30 minutes before the museum closes.
  • Long Thursday: Museum is open on Thursdays until 8.00 pm.
  • Exceptional opening hours: 3 January, 20 August, 31 December:10am–3pm
  • Closed three hours earlier: 23 February, 22 June, 23 December, 31 December
  • Closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Whitsunday.

How To reach Kumu by Public Transport

  • Bus: Kumu
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car/Bike.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Kumu

  • 95% of people who visit Tallinn include Kumu in their plan

  • 35.2% of people start their Kumu visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kumu

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

89.85% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kumu

People normally club together Tallinna Teletorn and Tallinn Zoo while planning their visit to Kumu.

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Kumu, Tallinn Reviews

  • Well worth a visit. Impressive building a short walk through Kadriog Park, past the Presidents residence. Lots of great exhibitions give you a sense of Estonia past and present. Enjoy a coffee and cake in the cafe. A small gift shop, although expense does have some interesting keepsakes to take home.

  • Exhibitions and artwork were good, thoroughly explained and well displayed. Downside was the attitude of those working there. Someone asked to see my ticket while I was walking round which I showed them and then he started shouting at me in Estonian, I asked in English what the matter was because I can’t speak Estonian and he just tutted and walked away. All other staff were very cold also. Furthermore, there was nothing in the cafe suitable for anyone with allergies- nothing gluten/lactose free that was obvious.

  • The best art gallery in Europe. Full of beautiful painting's and sculptures. Estonian art are full of history and greatness of this nation.

  • It’s a long walk from the old town if you wish to walk. The art collections are very inspiring and they have made sure that everything is explained well. There are washrooms and cloak rooms available to store your things.

  • Top notch museum of modern art. Both the building and the collection are great. Loved the realistic sovjet art and the little subterfuge artists still smuggled into their works during the occupation.

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