Today the museum is open until 6 p.m.
Today the museum
is open until 6 p.m.
Tue 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Wed 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., Thu – Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
The museum is closed on Mondays and
Lai 30 Tallinn, Eesti
PREFERENTIAL TICKETS 4€
senior, pupil/student, conscript
two adults + minors/span>
FREE OF CHARGE
Children under 8 years.
Disabled persons under 16 years together with an accompanying person
Persons with a profound disability aged 16 and older together with an accompanying person
ICOM Card holders
Booking of guided tours is required for groups. Our knowledgeable guides will take you on a fascinating tour of our collection and keep the group together.
The tour lasts about 90 minutes.
The price of a guided tour for a group in english language is 30.- EUROS. If you book a tour for a large group that has to be split, the price of a guided tour is 20.- EUROSfor each group.
Telephone booking for groups: 6411 886
Verbal imaging tours
The museum offers verbal imaging tours to visually impaired visitors upon request. All touch exhibits are provided with Braille labels. Themes are explained with the help of touch books: INTERNAL ORGANS, CELL, SENSORY ORGANS. MAN & WOMAN, PARASITES.
A verbal imaging guide can be booked on the telephone number 6411 886
Entry is free for blind visitors and the accompanying person.
Price of a verbal imaging tour: 15 Euros.
First month statistics
First month statistics The museum has been open for a month now and we have gathered some data to give an overview of visitors to the museum. The number of visitors in June was 3450 people, of them Adults 31% Pupils/students 28% Families 3 % Seniors 7% Free of charge (children under 8 years) 25% Free of charge (official letter) 1% Free of charge (disabled persons together with an accompanying person) 4% Teachers 1% The average number of visitors per day was 134, which is an optimal number, ensuring that visitors can enjoy the exhibitions without the crowds. The most popular souvenir bought from the shop was undoubtedly the blue syringe-shaped ballpoint pen (117 sold), followed by the red syringe-shaped ballpoint pen (112). The museum shop is small but nice to browse around and has some interesting mementos for you or your friends. We wish to thank all the visitors and look forward to seeing you again.Read more...
The museum will continue as a foundation.
From the beginning of this year, the Estonian Health MUSEUM is operating in the legal form of a foundation. The foundation was founded by the Ministry of Culture and Tallinn University of Technology. With the new founder, the museum will have better opportunities to obtain objective scientific information directly from the researchers of the University and to introduce their achievements to our visitors. Cooperation with the University's Departments of Gene Technology and Food Processing and Institute of Biomedical Engineering may result in new, interesting exhibitions or museum hours. We also have resources for carrying out activities specified in the articles of association of the museum. The members of the Supervisory Board of the Foundation include Ardo Kamratov, Director of Finance, Tallinn University of Technology; Prof. Ivo Fridolin, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tallinn University of Technology; Marju Reismaa, Adviser on Museums at the Ministry of Culture, and Maarika Tork, Adviser at the ministry of Finance.Read more...