60th Annual Conference of the Estonian National Museum

5.-7. May 2020 in Tartu

Registration: early bird until March 1st 2020. 


Tuesday - Sunday: 10-18, closed on Mondays  

Fairytale exhibition ‘Once Upon a Time’

Hundreds of fairy tales, dozens of magical objects and numerous strange encounters – the Estonian National Museum exhibition ‘Once Upon a Time...’ takes visitors on a journey through a magical forest and the underworld to meet holograms of heroes in the exhibition hall and guides them out of hell via an eight-metre laser corridor. The exhibition opens on 8 February.
News Wednesday, 01. jan

Music Festival ERMi ÖÖ

On the early spring Saturday of 7 March 2020, Estonian National Museum will host an event that is inspired by twilight, stories and music – it is called ERMi ÖÖ. The spectacular atrium of the museum becomes an enchanting fairy-tale world, where primal meets modern and calm meets stormy.
News Wednesday, 04. dec

The Festival of Exhibits

The Festival of Exhibits by Estonians Abroad, which began in Estonia in May 2019, will continue throughout autumn and the beginning of 2020. Exhibits by communities of Estonians abroad and Estonian memory institutions or exhibits created as collaborations on topics related to Estonians abroad will be displayed during the festival.
News Tuesday, 03. dec

Clannad announce 50th anniversary and farewell tour show in Tartu

Year 2020 sees Clannad celebrate their 50th anniversary. The multi-award winning band have, without doubt, done more than any other group to take Irish music and the Irish language to a worldwide audience. Fusing elements of traditional Irish music and more contemporary folk, new age and rock they have created a beautifully unique and ethereal sound which combines haunting melodies and mesmerising vocals to transcend the sands of time whilst appealing to a worldwide audience of all ages.
News Friday, 08. nov

Photo exhibition “Beautiful Youth”

Photo exhibition “Beautiful Youth” portrays students of the national university throughout the century. The exhibition belongs to the program of centenary celebration National University 100.

Museum is open

Tue - Sun: 10am to 6pm

Tue - Sun: 12am to 6pm

Gift shop
Tue - Sun: 10am to 6pm

Due to national holidays of 2020 the museum is closed on the following dates:
24.02, 10.04, 01.05, 23.-24.06, 20.08, 24.-26.12 and 31.12


Full ticket14 €

Reduced 10 €

Family ticket28 €