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The Niguliste Museum is an open-air museum in the Old Town of Niguliste and is one of the branches of the Art Museum of Estonia. The Niguliste museum has the largest and most remarkable collection of older sacred art in Estonia. Bernt Notke's "Death Dance" is a highlight in the museum. The museum also features the Silver Chamber, where, among other things, the silverware of the Tallinn Guilds and the Brotherhood of Blackheads is exhibited.

Niguliste museum
Niguliste 3
10146 Tallinn

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Opening hours

May–September
Mon–Sun 10am–6pm
Tickets may be purchased until 30 minutes before the museum closes

October–April
Wed–Sun 10am–5pm
Tickets may be purchased until 30 minutes before the museum closes

One-Euro Wednesdays 2019
6 February, 12 June, 4 September, 4 December
The museum is open until 8pm

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Admission

Adults €8.00
Reduced €5.00
Family €12.00

Notes

Family ticket is up to two adults with minor children.

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Facilities

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Location

Niguliste 3, Tallinn, Estonia

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