The five branches of the Art Museum of Estonia (i.e. the Kumu Art Museum, the Kadriorg Art Museum, the Mikkel Museum, the Niguliste Museum and the Adamson-Eric Museum) are highly valued among tourists as some of the most interesting sights in the city of Tallinn.
The Art Museum of Estonia collaborates with a number of travel agencies on a contractual basis, with fixed rules regarding invoicing, special terms and so on. Our contractual clients can use the e-booking service for travel agencies to book visits and guided tours.
The Art Museum of Estonia wishes to provide their guests with a pleasant experience. Please observe our code of conduct in order to preserve the treasures of the museum and to be considerate to other visitors.
We have introduced enhanced measures to make the museum a place where the risk of viral infections is held to a minimum, and therefore we clean and disinfect frequently used surfaces regularly, especially before and after group visits. Our service personnel use personal protective equipment. We have disinfectant dispensers near the entrances and ticket counters of the museums. Plexiglass dividers have been installed on information and ticket counters. Our museum shops sell face masks, among other things.
We ask our visitors to observe the 2+2 rule, to wash their hands and to use disinfectant. The 2+2 rule means that a maximum of two people can walk together and that they must keep a two-metre distance from other people.
Taking into account this rule, the maximum size of a tourist group in the Kumu Art Museum, the Kadriorg Art Museum and the Niguliste Museum is seventeen people plus the guide, instead of the former thirty-four-people limit. Taking into account the smaller rooms of the Mikkel Museum and the Adamson-Eric Museum, these museums can accommodate a maximum of ten people plus a guide.