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The Kadriorg Art Museum is housed in the Kadriorg Palace located off Weizenbergi Street in Kadriorg Park (Kadrioru park).

Weizenbergi 37
10127 Tallinn

On foot and by bicycle

The most direct route from the city centre is to take Narva Road to Kadriorg Park (it should take about 35 min on foot and about 20 min by bicycle).

Public transport

By tram

Line no. 1: Kopli – Balti jaam – Hobujaama – Kadriorg
Line no. 3: Tondi – Vabaduse väljak – Hobujaama – Kadriorg

By Bus

Lines no. 1a, 8, 19, 29, 34a, 35, 38, 44 and 51 from the bus terminal at Viru Keskus to the stop “J. Poska”
Line no. 5 Männiku – Vabaduse väljak – Viru – J. Poska
Lines no. 60 and 63 Maneeži – J. Poska

See also Tallinn Public Transport Routes

By car and tour bus

By car and tour bus
For parking, use the parking lots of the Kumu Art Museum. Free parking is available next to the museum on Valge Street („Kumu Parking“ on Google Maps) and on Mäekalda Street (Kumu” on Google Maps).

Tour buses can park in the parking lot next to Kadriorg Stadium (Roheline aas 24, Kadriorg Parking” on Google Maps).

Parking for the disabled is available upon prior agreement with the museum; please contact us at , +372 606 6400

Accessibility 

Visitors with special needs. When coming to the Kadriorg Art Museum by car, please call +372 565 5302 to have the car gate opened. Cars with disabled parking placards can park on the museum grounds.

People entitled to free entry can get a free ticket to visit the museum from the ticket desk.

Visitors in wheelchairs can enter the museum via the ramp located to the left of the main entrance. Portable ramps, which provide access to the museum shop, ticket desk, elevator and WCs can be set up for visitors in wheelchairs.
Please inform the security staff of your arrival by calling +372 606 6402 or +372 565 5302.

The main floor of the Kadriorg Palace (main hall, permanent exhibition) and the ground floor of the 3rd floor (temporary exhibitions) can be reached by elevator. The elevator can accommodate a wheelchair user with an attendant. The museum has an accessible WC for people with reduced mobility.

When visiting the museum with a guide dog, please inform the security staff by phone of your arrival, by calling +372 606 6402 or +372 565 5302.

When entering through the main entrance, you will find the museum shop, ticket desk, elevator and café on the right, three steps down.

From May to October, a second ticket desk is located in the lobby. From the main entrance, walk forward about twenty steps, and then six steps to the left, and you will find the ticket desk on the right.

To find the cloakroom, walk forward about twenty steps from the main entrance.
Three steps to the right of the cloakroom and two steps up the stairs, you will find an automatic glass door. A ticket validator is located on the wall on the right-hand side of the door. To open the door, the QR code of the ticket must be registered by the validator. Visitors can receive assistance from security personnel. After entering through the glass door and turning right, you’ll see a semi-circular wooden staircase that leads to the exhibition halls on the second floor.

An accessible WC is located on the first floor near the cloakroom, and can be reached by taking nine steps to the left, two steps up and six steps forward. The door of the WC will be on the left, and there is a wide entrance to the WC.

You can read more about the programmes and services for people with special needs at For visitors with special needs.