News

  1. The Estonian Museum of Natural History displays 150 species of mushrooms

    15. September 2017

    From 15 to 24 September the Estonian Museum of Natural History displays annual mushroom exhibition, which this year takes place for the 55th time. During 10 days both edible, non-edible, conditionally edible and poisonous mushrooms are showcased.

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  2. The virtual reality experience of the Estonian Museum of Natural History invites you to meet ancient creatures

    21. July 2017

    Starting from this week, The Secrets of Ancient Sea, an exhibition at the Estonian Museum of Natural History, allows you to watch a 360-degree movie through virtual reality glasses. During the movie, the viewer will meet gigantic predators of the sea and dinosaurs, experience the feel of the ice age, and see the development of the Baltic Sea.

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  3. Estonian Museum of Natural History is closed on 23 and 24 June

    12. June 2017

    On national holidays 23 and 24 June the Estonian Museum of Natural History is closed. On 22 June the museum is open from 10.00 to 16.00 and on 25 June from 10:00 to 17.00.

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  4. New exhibition "What if..." tells a colorful story about sea creatures

    25. May 2017

    From 25 May the ceramic sculptures exhibition "What if...?” is open at the Estonian Museum of Natural History inner yard. The exhibition is curated by Helena Tuudelepp and Oksana Teder.

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  5. Night of Museums 2017 takes place on Saturday, 20th of May

    12. May 2017

    On Saturday, 20th of May 2017, Estonian museums will open their doors for visitors for a night full of special events and exhibitions, celebrating the Night of Museums in Estonia for the 9th year running. In 2017, the much-loved Museum Night will take place under an umbrella theme of Games in the Night - or, in Estonian, Öös on mänge.

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Upcoming events

  1. 20.01.2017 10:00 - 04.03.2018 17:00
    Exhibition "The Secrets of Ancient Sea"
  2. 20.01.2017 10:00 - 04.03.2018 17:00
    Exhibition „Our Baltic Sea“