On Sunday, June 23rd the 19th Century Tartu Citizen’s Home Museum is closed. On Saturday, June 22nd the museum is open from 11 AM until 2 PM.
On February 23rd and February 24th there are following changes to the opening times: Tartu City Museum is open on February 23rd from 11 AM until 6 PM. Tartu City Museum is closed on Sunday, February 24th. Song Festival Museum … Loe rohkem
On Sunday, september 3rd at 2 PM the curator of the exhibition Herman Aunapuu’s Minimalism Tartu – Arhangelsk – Tartu will share his insights about both the exhibition as well as the artist. At the same time, it will be … Loe rohkem
Beginning with September 3rd, Sirje Karis, the former director of Estonian History Museum, has set about being the new director of Tartu City Museum. Karis was chosen to fill the position by way of public competition. According to Sirje Karis, … Loe rohkem
Beginning with June 29th a new exhibition titled Herman Aunapuu’s Minimalism. Tartu – Arhangelsk – Tartu can be seen at 19th Century Tartu Citizen’s Home Museum. Herman Aunapuus’s paintings and graphic works from the years 1938–1998 are displayed. The exhibition … Loe rohkem
In relation with centenary festivities of Estonian Republic there will be changes in opening hours of Tartu City Museum and it’s branches. On 23rd of February, the museums will close 3 hours earlier: Tartu City Museum is open from 11 … Loe rohkem