Tallinna Lauluvaljak1 Vote Currently Open
- Address: Narva maantee 95, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +372-6112102
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Stage Show
Unveiled during the opening concert of the National Song Festival in 2004, the Gustav Ernesaks Memorial is dedicated to the popular Estonian poet who wrote the song 'Mu isamaa on minu arm' during the Soviet Era.
The stage consists of a dome structure and a lighthouse that is open to public. The view of the distant old town from here is the highlight of the place while the venue is at its best during open-air concerts and events.
Entrance Ticket Details For Tallinna Lauluvaljak
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Tallinna Lauluvaljak Hours
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- The lighthouse is open on workdays from 8.00 am – 4.00 pm.
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How to Reach Tallinna Lauluvaljak
- Bus: Oruvarava
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike
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0.1% of people who visit Tallinn include Tallinna Lauluvaljak in their plan
95% of people start their Tallinna Lauluvaljak visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Tallinna Lauluvaljak
People normally also visit Estonian Museum Of Natural History while planning their trip to Tallinna Lauluvaljak.
Tallinna Lauluvaljak Reviews & Ratings
We had general admission tickets, which allowed us to sit on the ground ... Bad idea for my knees and the fact that people stood in the walkway and blocked our view. The music was glorious, but it took a very long time for the choral groups to get together. If I had sat in an unobstructed seat, it would have been better. I did love the atmosphere and friendliness of the Estonians, which made it worth the trip. The dancing the night before was overwhelming, even in the rain.
Tallinn visit coincided with the Song and Dance Festival. An experience to be cherished. To see a coordinated symphony of 25K+ people perform, all in unison is a fantastic experience. The grounds also had great food options. Alcohol surprisingly was not available, apparently a new rule, starting 2019
I recently visited the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds twice for the 2019 Laulupidu song Festival. I was part of a visiting Seattle Estonian Choir to be selected to participate alongside many Estonian choirs. The 5 km. Procession from Freedom Square was thrilling. Estonians overseas like we were are a part of the Greater Estonian Diaspora and we received a heartfelt cheering as we passed the crowds. Upon arrival at the Song Grounds we climbed the steps of the open performance shell and fits 3000 singers. The audience facing us sit on an opposing slope that slants from on high down to the bottom of the stage. Outside the performance area there are booths set up to feed all those who attend, sell souvenirs, give information, provide space for the media. On the second day of the festival at the closing concert, there were also 30,000 singers on stage and 90,000 listening attendees. It is a hallowed ground of Estonian Independence and freedom from oppression!
This is a big Field used for the music festival. Except for the historical significance and shops there is not much else to see here
Good music vibes, hope next year Miagi and Andy Panda will come again