The Art Museum of Estonia rents out the rooms of its five branches for seminars, conferences, receptions, concerts and other events.
In Kadriorg Park, rooms are available in three buildings: in the Kumu Art Museum, which boasts modern architectural solutions, in the Baroque palace of the Kadriorg Art Museum and in the Mikkel Museum, which is located in an auxiliary building of the palace. In Tallinn’s Old Town, you can hold an event in the Niguliste Museum or in the Adamson-Eric Museum, which is located in a medieval burgher house. In addition to renting out rooms, we offer tours of our exhibitions, activity programmes and workshops.
Due to national emergency, all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia are temporarily closed until 1 May 2020.