Tartu City Museum and it’s branches are celebrating their 63rd birthday. On this occasion, the entry to the museum is free of charge on October 31st.
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
On Friday, 6th of April Oskar Luts House Museum opened a new exhibition titled “Photos from Oskar Luts’s Family Photoalbums”. For the first time, photos from the beloved writer’s family photoalbums are on display with Luts’s descendants of several generations … 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
Oskar Luts’s birthday is on January 7th. As the museum is closed on Sundays, we are inviting admirers of Oskar Luts to take part in the birthday programme on Saturday, 6th of January. At 11 AM our new temporary exhibition … Loe rohkem
Kaire Nurk’s exhibition Kevademaa kollaažid / Spring Land Collages will be opened 4th of January 17.15 pm. Spring Land Collages is a selection of thematic collages that center around buildings and characters from Oskar Luts’s Spring. It is a combination … Loe rohkem
During the holiday season there are some changes to opening hours in both Tartu City Museum and its branches: Tartu City Museum and all of its branches are closed on 22nd, 24th, 25th and 26th of December. On 23rd of … Loe rohkem
The popular children’s book Bumpy (Nukitsamees, 1920) by Oskar Luts is still going strong. Recently, new translated editions of Bumpy are fresh out of print shop. In Finnish, Bumpy bears the title Pieni sarvipää. In a new Russian edition the … Loe rohkem