On 23 February, The Tartu City Museum is open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m due to upcoming Independence Day! The 19th Century Citizen’s Museum is closed on 23 Feb. Happy Independence Day, Estonia!
On 2 February 2020, it will be 100 years since the signing of the Tartu Peace Treaty between the Republic of Estonia and Soviet Russia. 1–16 February 2020 The Tartu City Museum (Narva mnt … Loe rohkem
Tartu City Museum will be opening a new exhibition titled “Tartu – a City of Many Faiths” on May 22nd. The exhibition focuses on the many traditional and alternative religious movements present in Tartu during … Loe rohkem
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, … Loe rohkem
On January 23rd Tartu City Museum is to open a new temporary exhibition titled: “Joy crashes the worry. Collection of Art Association “Pallas””. “Pallas” is an art association established in Tartu in 1918. Among others … Loe rohkem