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


When you come to the Kadriorg Art Museum by car, please call +372 565 5302 and we will open the car gate for you. Cars with a handicap parking card may park in the territory of the museum. When coming to the museum in a wheelchair, you can enter via the ramp that is located to the left of the main door. Upon entering the foyer, portable ramps can be installed for the disabled visitor’s access to the cloakroom and the toilet. 

Please give notice of your arrival to the security guard by calling +372 606 6402 or +372 565 5302. With a wheelchair, you can access the main floor of the Kadriorg Palace (the main hall, the temporary exhibitions hall and the permanent exposition) and the permanent exhibition of Netherlandish art on the third floor. Our elevator accommodates a wheelchair and her or his companion. 

When visiting the museum with a guide dog, please inform the museum’s security guard in advance by calling +372 606 6402 or +372 565 5302. If you enter through the main door, the cloakroom and the café are to the right. This area can be accessed via three steps. 

You will arrive at the front desk by going twenty steps straight from the main entrance and then six steps to the left. The front desk will be on your right. 

The museum has a disabled accessible toilet located to the left of the front desk. First take three steps forward, climb two steps up, and take six steps straight ahead. The door to the toilet is on the left and there is a wide threshold under the door. 

The museum shop is twenty steps straight ahead from the main entrance. 

To enter the exhibition halls, take six steps to the right from the front desk. After climbing two steps, you need to pass through a glass door that will open automatically. On the right, there is a curving wooden staircase that leads to the exhibition halls on the second floor.  

For additional information on programmes and services geared toward people with special needs, please contact the museum at or +372 606 6400.