Visitor Information

Dear visitor!

To keep the visits safe for yourself, other visitors and our staff, please keep in mind the following:

  • Make sure to keep a safe distance with other visitors. This does not apply for families, persons with special needs and kinderkarten and school groups who are in close contacts every day. 
  • All group visits must be arranged beforehand by e-mail muuseum[ät]
  • If you wish to use hand disinfectant during your visit, you can find it from special stations on all the levels of the building and next to the entrance.
  • All our exhibits are usable – we clean all the spaces regularly.
  • Postpone your visit if you are not feeling well! Museum has the right to decline the visitors who have any symptoms of an illness.

Thank you for helping us keep museum visits safe for yourself and others!

Opening hours

June–September Mon–Sun 11–19
October–May Tue–Sun 10–18

Admission fees

Tickets to the museum can be purchased from the museum or online. Ticket sale at the museum ends 15 minutes before the museum closes.

We ask all groups to make a reservation by e-mail: muuseum[ät]



Admission including virtual reality










Concession (students, university students, senior citizens)






Children under the age of 9






Family ticket






Admission to the Estonian Museum of Natural history is free for:

  • ICOM members
  • The employees of Estonian museums
  • Owners of a press card
  • The members of the Association of Estonian Biology Teacher
  • Owners of the Tallinn Card
  • Children aged 8 and younger 
  • People with a profound or severe disability (please provide a certificate) and an accompanying person
  • Everyone on the last Friday of each quarter (in January, April, July and October) an on May 18th, the International Museum Day

Free audio guide

To make your visit even better, use our free online audio guide! The audio guide gives you an overview of the characteristic landscapes and species of Estonia. The programme covers both oour permanent and temporary exhibition halls and is available in four languages: Estonian, English, Russian and Finnish

For using the audio guide just connect your personal device (smartphone, tablet, laptop etc.) to our public Wi-Fi network LM_public. If you need headphones, you can purchase them for 1€ from the cashiere. 

Museum shop

Our small museum shop is located on the first floor of the museum and is open during the museum opening hours. From the shop you can find a selection of nature inspired and nature friendly goodies - herbal teas, wooden puzzles, handmade jewelry etc - as memorabilia for yourself or as a gift for a friend.