TV Tower, Tallinn

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Tallinn TV Tower: Fast-Lane Ticket

1. Tallinn TV Tower: Fast-Lane Ticket

The Tallinn Television Tower, 314 meters in height, is the tallest building in Estonia as well as in all of northern Europe. The building is a renowned touristic, cultural and leisure center. Your journey starts with visit to Cinema Hall, giving a fascinating overview of the both the tower's history and that of Estonian independence itself. Then, head up to the viewing platform and brasserie-restaurant at the 170-meter level. On top you can enjoy an interactive exhibition detailing the greatest achievements of Estonians throughout the ages. A special panorama program magnifies the view and gives a short overview of Tallinn's most interesting sights and areas. Record and broadcast video greetings in the tower’s television studio and memorialize the visit with special souvenirs.

Behind the Iron Curtain of Tallinn - Secrets of the Soviets

2. Behind the Iron Curtain of Tallinn - Secrets of the Soviets

Take this spectacular drive along Tallinn's coast to get a feel for the area's natural beauty and fascinating maritime and Soviet history! You'll visit the Olympic Center built in Tallinn for the Moscow Olympics and hear how the yachting competitions were organised during Soviet times. On the Viimsi peninsula, you'll visit the abandoned Soviet air-defence base and Coastal Folk Museum's exhibiton introducing stories about time behind the iron curtain. Picture-postcard views of the Old Town skyline can be admired from Tallinn TV tower. 

Tallinn: Museums, Public Transport, and More City Card

3. Tallinn: Museums, Public Transport, and More City Card

Discover all of Tallinn easily with your Tallinn Card. Make the most of this all-inclusive sightseeing pass, offering you the most convenient way to get acquainted with the entire city. It entitles you to free admission to over 50 museums and sights, free public transportation, and various other great offers and discounts. For adults (18+) and children (up to 17), choose between a card that's valid for 24, 48, or 72 hours to get the most out of your trip to Tallinn. Bring two children under the age of 7 to museums and sights for free with your adult card. Along with your card, benefit from a detailed brochure with a map and information about all the places you can visit, so you don't miss out on anything. Some of the famous sights available to visit with your card include: • Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum • Museum and Visitor Centre of Fat Margaret, Estonian Maritime Museum • Kiek in de Kök Fortifications Museum • Tallinn TV Tower • Kadriorg Palace – Kadriorg Art Museum • KGB Prison Cells • Estonian History Museum – Great Guild Hall • Kumu Art Museum • Hellemann Tower and Town Wall • PROTO Invention Factory

Tallinn TV Tower: Walk on the Edge

4. Tallinn TV Tower: Walk on the Edge

Walk on the Edge is an extreme attraction unique in Europe. Up to 4 persons at a time can take a walk along the ledge of the TV Tower’s 22nd floor, at a height of 175 meters. Walkers are attached to the tower with safety harnesses. Your walk may last up to 30 minutes and you will have photos taken, which you can have sent to you by email free of charge. Take in unobstructed, breathtaking views of Tallinn and the surrounding area, from the tallest observation deck in Northern Europe. Be prepared to provide an identity document and sign a liability agreement before your Walk on the Edge.

Tallinn: Top Attractions and Viimsi Open Air Museum

5. Tallinn: Top Attractions and Viimsi Open Air Museum

Discover the best of Tallinn by visiting important sites from different periods of the city's history. Start with the jewel of Tallinn – the medieval Old Town. Check out gabled houses, churches, and squares built between the 13th and 15th centuries while your guide combines informative commentary with colorful legends that helped to define the character of the city. Learn how Tallinn boomed as a key Hanseatic commercial hub in medieval times and visit both the upper and lower Old Town.  Continue by bus or car to the leafy Kadriorg district. Explore a peaceful, green area of the city that is home to beautifully-crafted wooden villas, art museums, and a baroque palace built for Russian Tsar Peter the Great. Then head to the Pirita beach area, where you will get a glimpse of the mysterious ruins of a 15th-century convent and the city’s soviet-era TV tower. Enjoy views of the Baltic Sea and, if it's warm, plenty of sunbathers on the beach. After a lunch break, visit the Open Air Museum in Viimsi, a complex of seaside-farmhouses over 150 years old. Relax and enjoy some of the best views of the famous skyline of Tallinn from this picturesque coastal village turned museum.

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What people are saying about TV Tower, Tallinn

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 60 reviews

The walk was very nice. The manager told everything about what can be seen around. He took photos all the time, the photo came together very well. I highly recommend. The team is kind and friendly. Covid-19 certificate required, otherwise not allowed in.

A fun (and wild) experience!

A fun and exhilarating experience in Tallinn. Annika, the guide was very professional and reassuring while I took part in this half hour experience. Great views on a clear day. Weather was perfect for good photos taken by the guide.

Our guide was excellent, very knowledgeable and also shared some personal stories, which all made for a vivid and exciting tour.

Very affordable activity. Best view in Estonia (Tallest building at 175m). The instructor was great.

Very interesting, the coach told a lot of stories about Tallinn and Estonia