For visitors

 Kalamaja Museum is closed for renovations until 2020

In 2020, the Tallinn City Museum will open the Kalamaja community museum at its affiliate building at Kotzebue 16. The aim is to offer residents and visitors a place where the local history, present life and future can be introduced through exhibitions and visitor programmes.
This will be a cosy place for the community to meet, to discuss, and to hold different workshops. It will be available for concerts, poetry nights, family days, birthday parties and shows. It will reveal  to the public the exciting collections of local people.
You are invited to participate in creating the museum!

(+372) 5309 9772


The museum is situated in the Kalamaja district, not far from the Balti jaam railway station, in a walking distance from the Old Town.
You can also take the tram No 1 or No 2 from Viru väljak to Balti jaam. Cross the Kopli street and walk along the Vana-Kalamaja street up to small square. There’s the a chemist’s shop on the corner and the museum is located accross the street in a two-storeyed 1930s building.

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