On Saturday, June 22nd Tartu Song Festival Museum will be open from 11 AM until 3 PM.
Tartu Song Festival Museum’s exhibition will be closed from March 25th until June 18th. Beginning with March 25th, Tartu Song Festival Museum’s Exposition is closed in relation with the installment of the new permanent exhibition.On June 19th the innovated permanent … 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, February 24th. Song Festival Museum … Loe rohkem
On October 31st at 9 PM a play ititled Stories of Mahva and Lonni is put up at Tartu Song Festival Museum. Author: Peep Pedmanson Director: Virko Annus On the stage: Iiri Saar, Astrid Hallik Tickets: 6/4€ (sold directly before … 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 August 23rd, a new exhibition “Estonian colours” is open to the public at Tartu Song Festival Museum. The exhibition “Estonian colours” evokes the Song and Dance Festival of 2014 entitled “Touched by Time – The Time to Touch”, with … Loe rohkem
The role that Tartu and the people of Tartu have played in the birth of the Estonian state has undoubtedly been fundamental. This is true already because of the mere fact that the national mentality was much stronger in Tartu … Loe rohkem