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  1. The Estonian Museum of Natural History is closed

    13. March 2020

    Starting today, the Estonian Museum of Natural History is closed due to the announced state of emergency in Estonia. Addition to the closing of our exhibitions, we are also cancelling all the events scheduled for the upcoming months. As we know now, the state of emergency will be applied until 1st of May, but is not final – for the latest information, keep up with the announcements made! Take care of yourself and your close ones and hopefully we can welcome you at our museum soon again!

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  2. Estonian Museum of Natural History is closed on the 24th of February

    21. February 2020

    On the 24th of February the Estonian Museum of Natural History is closed. On the 23th, the museum is open from 10:00 to 16:00. 

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  3. A new exhibition opening today at the Estonian Museum of Natural History introduces its visitors the mysterious lives of terribly adorable bats

    13. February 2020

    Starting from today, February the 13th, a new exposition “Terribly adorable Bats” is open at the Estonian Museum of Natural History. The exhibition introduces its visitors the mysterious and unfamiliar lives of the Estonia's 2020 animal of the year. The focus of the exhibition is the bat’s yearly life cycle and the opportunity of the visitors to see, hear and experience it for themselves.

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  4. Museum opening times in December

    22. November 2019

    Due to numerous events held in the Estonian Museum of Natural History some or all halls may be reserved on various days. We recommend to plan your visit in advance and check if the museum is open on the day you plan your visit. We are very thankful for your understanding!

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  5. The annual Mushroom Exhibition is open until 29th of September

    15. September 2019

    From 15 to 29 September the annual mushroom exhibition will be held in the yard of the Estonian Museum of Natural History. This year, the extraordinarily long 15-day display showcases edible, non-edible, conditionally edible and poisonous mushrooms. In addition, special focus is on learning the parts of mushrooms and photographing mushrooms.

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