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COVID-19 INFORMATION


Rules in accordance of the order by the Government of the Republic of Estonia from the 25th of October 2021

To visit the museum:
  • All persons 12 years and 3 months of age and older must present a COVID certificate proving vaccination or recovery.
  • People 12-17 years of age must present a certificate proving vaccination or recovery or a certificate proving a negative result of a PCR or antigen RT test done by a health care service provider. The PCR test must be done no more than 72 hours and the antigen-RT test no more than 48 hours before participating in an event or activity. 
  • If vaccination is contraindicated to a person for health reasons, a corresponding medical certificate has to be presented.
The organisers have an obligation to check the validity of the COVID certificates with an identification document of the presenter of the certificate.

A mask must be worn by all persons 12 years of age and older when visiting the Museum.

Newst information about to the rules set by the Goverment of the Republic of Estonia can be found here.


Opening hours

Main building      We-Su 11–18
Heavy artillery exh. Fr-Su 11-18
The exhibition of heavy artillery is open from May until October. During off season it's possible to visit the exhibition preordering a guided tour.

The Estonian War Museum is closed 24.-26.12 and 31.12-01.01.

Tickets

Adults                          5 EUR
Family                         10 EUR (up to 2 adults, children)  
Discounted tickets   3 EUR

Discount applies to:
  • students from the age of 13 years and up
  • pensioners
  • teachers
  • a disabled person aged 16 years and up and his/her accompanying person
Free access to the museum, incl. exhibitions with separate tickets:
  • children up to 12 years old (incl.)
  • a disabled person up to 16 years of age and his/her accompanying person
  • a person with a severe disability from the age of 16 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

* The ticket price includes visiting the main building and the heavy artillery exhibition during the period of May-October
* The museum ticket prices do not apply to special events for which a separate ticket is announced.

Guided tours

Information and booking is available here

Location

Mõisa tee 1, 74001 Viimsi, Harju County, Estonia
The exhibition of heavy artillery is just 300 m from the museum at Vehema tee 1a, Viimsi.


Phone, e-mail

Main: +372 621 7410, info(at)esm.ee
Gift shop and front desk: +372 621 7418
Guided tours, facilities' rent:  +372 621 7410 , teenused(at)esm.ee



Getting here


Public transport

Bus #1A 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.


By car

Drive to Viimsi and follow the signs. The main entrance of the museum faces Aiandi tee.  In front of the museum, there's a parking lot for cars and buses. 

Accessibility

Both floors of the museum are wheelchair accessible.

Donating items to museum collection

To donate items to us, please contact our Head Curator of Collections. Contact here.

Library

Visiting upon arrangement. See more here.
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