Pre-booking group visits to the museum is highly recommended by e-mail email@example.com. Our visitor experience guides conduct museum tours in the Estonian, Russian, and English languages. Guided tours last 45-60 minutes.
An exhibition on well-being, mental health, and balance’. The exhibition explores what makes people happy and highlights issues of mental health and coping. We share practical tips for concentrating on our positive inner strength and make conscious efforts towards a better life.Read more
The permanent exhibition ‘A Heart to Heart About Your Body’ offers a vivid and memorable museum experience and encourages making healthy choices. We provide a varied and unique learning environment for kids, students and adults.Read more
Tue-Wed 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thu 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Fri-Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Children aged up to 8 years (included), disabled young people aged up to 16 years with an accompanying person, persons with profound disability with an accompanying person, repressed persons, ICOM card holders.
VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONS
To assist visually impaired people, tactile exhibits and information boards in Braille are displayed in the exhibition rooms. A tactile plan of the building is in the foyer of the museum. Tactile books help explain various subjects
A visitor in a wheelchair can move about the museum with the help of an accompanying person. There is a wheelchair lift installed in the museum that can be used only with a narrower wheelchair due to the structure of the building. The museum has a narrow-framed wheelchair and, if necessary, the museum visitor experience guides can assist in changing wheelchairs.