The Oskar Luts House Museum was the last home of Oskar Luts (1887-1953), the favourite Estonian writer of many generations and the author of Kevade, a national mythical tale. The writer’s study and living room have been preserved in their original state. The museum provides an excellent opportunity to find out all about Luts’ life and literary work. The permanent exhibition also highlights the role of theatre and film in transforming his characters into iconic and epic figures.

Guided tours
All groups visiting the museum are welcome to take a guided tour. On the hour-long guided tour visitors will find out all about Luts’ life and literary work. Our tour guide tells stories and visitors are welcome to ask questions. A guided tour is an excellent way to learn more about the things you are interested in.

Guided tour in foreign language – €25/group*
* Plus the museum’s admission fee

Information and bookings: +372 746 1900 (Tartu City Museum) ja +372 746 1030
(Oskar Luts Home Museum) / (Meeli Väljaots, curator)

Please book a guided tour at least three days before your scheduled visit.