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A very good and comprehensive view on Estonian art history. Michel Sittow exhibition was very interesting, though small. The on-site cafe provided lousy service and unfriendly attitudes evenly to all customers. The architecture is impressive and interesting, but the facilities would need a fix-up and...More
The variety of programs offered at KUMU Auditorium is very interesting. The price of the tickets for any show is relatively low compared to many other European capitals and the quality of the shows is good.
This museum has four floors of exhibits in two interconnected buildings. There is a permanent exhibit on Estonian art, both classics and from the Soviet era. I enjoyed special exhibits on Estonian Renaissance painter Michel Sittow and an exhibit to celebrate Estonia's century of independence:...More
Like national art museums everywhere, this museum helps visitors to understand the people of that very country by describing via art the events and the reality that the people have gone through and, thus, what forms their common experience and also shapes their special character....More
A good place to get an overview about Estonian artists' works with quite some variety in styles and artistic epochs. The setting in the modern building is well worth seeing. The room with the busts both on the wall and on transparent plexiglass stands is...More
You can either take tram 1 or 3, or walking along the beautiful coast line, which is my favorite route. The art museum is located in the vicinity of the old royal Summer residence, which is a fascinating art museum itself!