|About the home museum of writer Oskar Luts
Oskar Luts Home Museum provides you with information and emotions of a man who gave the Estonian people the immortal novel Kevade (Spring) and who, in his own way, was among the most remarkable burghers of Tartu, as he lived side by side with the legend of himself.
Latest news: Oskar Luts now sitting behind his working desk
From September 2009, the wax figure of writer Oskar Luts is sitting behind his working desk . The figure was donated to the museum by Terve Pere Apteek LLC, and necessary reshaping was made by Andres and Ene Mänd. The museum likes to thank them for a beautiful present.
|Oskar Luts Home Museum
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Bus no 1, 3, 5 or 24 from the town centre (bus stop "Lembitu"), or 20 min walk
Wednesday - Saturday 11 - 17
Christmas and New Year opening hours 2016/2017:
21 December 11am–1pm
23 and 31 December 11am-2pm
24-26 December and 1 January the museum is closed
full ticket 1 euroContact:
students, seniors 0.50 euro
guided tour (in English) 8 euros
telephone (+372) 746 1900
Visits on Monday and Tuesday should be arranged beforehand, by email or phone (see above).
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