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Main building We-Su 11–18The exhibition of heavy artillery is open from May until October. During off season it's possible to visit the exhibition preordering a guided tour.
Heavy artillery exh. Fr-Su 11-18
Please find information about guided tours here.
Free access to the museum, incl. exhibitions with separate tickets:
- students from the age of 19 years and up
- a disabled person aged 19 years and up and his/her accompanying person
- children up to 18 years old (incl.)
- an accompanying person of a disabled person up to 18 years of age (incl.)
- a person with a severe disability and his/her accompanying person
- members of the Estonian Defence Forces and of the Estonian National Defence League, allied forces, conscripts, and their family members (2 adults, children)
- veterans of the Estonian Defence Forces and their family members (2 adults, children)
- unlawfully repressed persons on the bases of the certificate
- members of ICOM
- museum staff members, members of Estonian Museum Association
- journalists on duty presenting a valid press card
- participants and teachers of the National Defence Courses
- Ukrainian citizens
* The ticket price includes visiting the main building and the heavy artillery exhibition during the period of May-October
Bus #1 Viru keskus - Viimsi keskus
Take a bus at the Viru Keskus (Viru Centre) underground bus terminal. Get off at “Viimsi vallamaja” or “Mõispargi” stop and follow the signage. The entrance to the museum faces the street Aiandi Tee.
Bus #49 Lennujaam - Viimsi keskus
To come from Tallinn airport, take a bus at the airport (Lennujaam) towards Viimsi keskus. Get off at “Mõisapargi” (Manor Park) stop and follow the signage. The entrance to the museum faces the street Aiandi Tee.
Bus #174 Tallinn - Viimsi - Haabneeme
Take a bus at the Balti Jaam (Baltic Station) bus station. Get off at “Viimsi mõis” (Viimsi Manor) stop which is just nearby the museum located in the Viimsi manor.
Bus #114 Tallinn - Haabneeme - Rohuneeme
Take a bus at the Balti Jaam (Baltic Station) bus station. Get off at “Mõisapargi” (Manor Park) stop and follow the signage. The entrance to the museum faces the street Aiandi Tee.