The City Museum used to be the residence of a medieval merchant. It is the most interesting museum in Tallinn. It records the history of the development of the city before 1940. It is about five minutes away from the Town Hall Square and the Estonia Gate. Closed on Monday,
The City Museum is located in the Lower City, about five minutes away from the Town Hall Square and the Estonia Gate. The museum is closed on Monday and the ticket price is 4 euros. It displays the development history of Tallinn since the Middle Ages. The introduction is very detailed and there are many related exhibits. You can fully understand the history of Tallinn.
The City Museum is a bit far from the entrance to the gate but has signposts. The entrance is 4 euros. Even the ground floor of the basement, all 4 floors of exhibition halls, is a narrative of the history of Tallinn, including the habits and changes of the citizens, but not much material.
The city museum in Tallinn has a small facade and a four-story building inside. It can be visited to introduce the development and various aspects of the city. There are many exhibits. You can stroll around. Some children can wear traditional clothes to take pictures.