You have to be logged in to use this feature.

The Peter the Great House Museum is a museum in Tallinn and is a branch of the Tallinn City Museum. The museum building dates back to the 17th century when it was a summer mansion. In the 18th century, Russian emperor Peter I stayed in the summer residence. In 1806, the Alexander I building and the sauna next to it were restored and a museum was built, which was the first public museum in Tallinn.

Alternative names:

en Peter the Great House Museum - Tallinn City Museum   et Peeter I majamuuseum - Tallinna Linnamuuseum

Peter the Great House Museum
Mäekalda 2
10127 Tallinn

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology

Topics

Unknown.

Visitor information

Opening hours

October–April
Wed 10.00–20.00
Thu–Sat 10.00–17.00
Sun 10.00–16.00
Mon–Tue Closed

May–September
Mon–Tue, Thu–Sat 10.00–18.00
Wed 10.00-19.00
Sun 11.00–17.00

More opening hours

Admission

Tallinn Card Free
Adults €4.00
Students €3.00
Seniors €3.00
Family €8.00

Notes

Family ticket is valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children under 17.

More admission

Facilities

We don't have information about facilities of Peter the Great House Museum.

Location

Mäekalda 2, Tallinn, Estonia

Exhibitions

We don't have any current exhibition data of Peter the Great House Museum.

All exhibitions

Reviews

Peter the Great House Museum has 1 rating.

This rating is based on the rating of this museum on several other platforms.

Write a review

Your review helps other people learn about great and less great museums. If you've visited this museum, you can write your review below. Please pay attention to our content guidelines before you post your review.

WhichMuseum – made in Amsterdam

How would you like to sign up?

We will never post any messages without your permission.

Sign up with Google

Or use your email address

Already have an account? Log in!

Information for museums.

×

How would you like to log in?

Log in with Google

Or use your email address

Don't have an account? Sign up!
Forgot your password?

×