Unfortunately the Town Hall wasn't open when we went but the medieval themed cafe (better than it sounds!) underneath served an excellent Elk Soup and forest animal pie!
The building is the one that has the two dragon water spouts and although we did not go in as it was shut, we did go in the tavern which was not only cheap but great fun. Try the pasty brilliant value at one euro.
Extremely comprehensive and a very good snapshot of both Tallinn and Estonia's turbulent history. Extremely well displayed and very informative information provided in a number of languages - from memory besides, English - Russian, German and perhaps French and Spanish. Very well worth the visit and the few Euros entry fee. Be aware that it is only open certain hours... More
I had the chance to be hosted here to a welcome event as part of a conference group. It is quite a small but really exquisite building, in excellent condition. As this was a private event, I don't know what is normally open to the public, but I think in the day it is open to visitors, as it is... More
Tallinn Town Hall provides the back drop for one of Europes most quaint medieval town hall squares. The tower of the hall provides an excellent vantage point for photographers, but beware that it is quite narrow up top. The small restaurant near the entrance to the tower offers reasonably priced and tasty fare, especially for a light snack. Heavy wooden... More
The town hall from the 14th C is a lovely small place with three main floors and an attic. There are a number of artifacts to check out such as furniture, utensils and guest books signed by famous heads of state. The ground floor has models, people in contemporary dress and descriptions. The view from the attic towards the square... More
Lovely old building with such a history. Very inexpensive entrance fee 4 Euro pp. Spent over an hour, looks small but lots of floors to explore and plenty of seating. Take a picture of the town hall square from one of the windows, well worth a visit as is the Town Hall Square. Lots of Bars and Restaurants. Tons of... More
Yes, my favorite thing about this museum is the comforable leather sectional on second floor. It takes up three walls of the entire room. It's mod. And it's available between the modest wine cellar with costumes through the ages, and the third floor. At 4 euro per ticket, I might pass on this museum. (Though I ended up with some... More
See my review for the town square this place even has the chains out the front which were used for town miscreants!, take a picture enjoy the feeling of the history here and climb up to the top
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