The home is where Peter the Great stayed with his wife Catherine during their visit to Tallinn. The role of Peter the Great in Estonian history, is irreplaceable. The Emperor pushed the borders of Russian kingdom and soon Estonia was no exception to the rule. This estate marks the prominence of the then newly acquired territory and even today, the home preserves all the original furnishings, decor and art.
Visit the museum to see yet another one of Tallinn’s historic chapters unfold.
- Adult: Euros 2
- Concession (students, pensioner): Euros 1
- Family: Euros 4
- Guided tour in the museum: Euros 25
- 1 May – 31 August: The last admission 5.45 pm.
- 1 September – 30 September: The last admission 4.45 pm.
- 1 October – 30 April: The last admission 4.45 pm.
- For other days, visit the official website.
- Bus: Kumu
- Light Rail/ Tram: Kadriorg
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike
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0.51% of people who visit Tallinn include Peter The Great House Museum in their plan
95% of people start their Peter The Great House Museum visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Peter The Great House Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Peter The Great House Museum
People normally also visit House Of The Blackheads while planning their trip to Peter The Great House Museum.
A small but very nice museum kept with lots of love. Highly recommended.
Authentic place with a lot of historic details.
Nice little museum, well preserved. Worth visiting if you like history.
Small but nice 3.5 stars
I enjoyed this small but atmospheric museum. The basement features a great educational video. The cost was only 3 euros. You won't need more than a half an hour to visit.