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Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

The main exposition are of the Eksperimenta! triennial 2011 will be the Song Festival Grounds where Estonian Singing Revolution took place 20 years ago. Two of the expositions are located in the Maarjamäe Palace.

Song Festival Grounds
Located between Narva road and Pirita road, address Narva mnt 95, Tallinn.

Expositions
Iceland, Russia, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, Slovenia, Finland, Turkey, Lithuania, Portugal.


Opening hours and fees

Tue – Sun 11 – 19 Free


How to get there?

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Buses
From the bus terminal in Viru Centre to the Song Festival Grounds drive buses nr 1, 1A, 8, 34A, 38. Bus ticket can be purchased from the driver (€1,6) or from R-Kiosks (€0,8).

Bus stop “Lauluväljak” – the nearest entrance to the Song Festival Grounds is through the Sea gates, situated approximately 200 m from the bus stop towards the city center.

Schedules

Taxis
You can easily find a taxi in the city center or call 1921 for Tallink taxi. Taxi ride from the city centre to the Song Festival Grounds costs approximately €5.


MAARJAMÄE PALACE

Maarjamäe Palace

Address Pirita road 56.

Expositions
South-Korea, Canada


Opening hours and fees

Wed – Sun 10 -17 €1.5 single ticket
€1 single ticket in student group (min 10 persons)

The E! discount ticket also provides entrance to the Estonian History Museum exhibition „Will to Be Free. 90 years of the Republic of Estonia“, located in the Maarjamäe Palace. The exhibition gives the most comprehensive overview about the history of Republic of Estonia. The 20th century is a century of freedom for Estonia and the main theme of the exhibition is the idea of freedom – on the personal and on the political level. The exhibition is arranged into four topics, which open the different levels of self-being – “Power and government”, “Spiritual power”, “Fighting and resistance” and “Good life”. Besides plentiful photo-material, one can see unique items and historical materials: rare movies, audio-visual programs and interactive details. The explanatory texts are in Estonian, English and Russian.


How to get there?

To Maarjamäe by bus

By bus
From the bus terminal in Viru Centre to the Maarjamäe Palace drive buses nr 1, 1A, 8, 34A, 38. Bus ticket can be purchased from the driver (€1,6) or from R-Kiosks (€0,8).

Get off in the stop Maarjamäe loss. You will see the gates of the Palace just next to the bus stop.

Schedules

Taxis
You can easily find a taxi in the city center or call 1921 for Tallink taxi. Taxi ride from the city centre to the Song Festival Grounds costs approximately €7.