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Paul R wrote a review Aug 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom33 contributions20 helpful votes
We had a lovely afternoon strolling in the sunshine looking at the lovely gardens- particularly nice was the Japanese gardens with Koi carp ponds and red squirrels.
Date of experience: August 2020
bill d wrote a review Aug 2020
Bedford, United Kingdom300 contributions179 helpful votes
a very interesting display of artifacts in a beautiful building and parkland setting. Well worth a visit.
Date of experience: September 2019
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Lysander4ever wrote a review Aug 2020
Zaventem, Belgium89 contributions37 helpful votes
The building itself has been tastefully renovated, and the main hall is stunning. The art collection on the other hand is interesting, but not 'wow'.
Date of experience: July 2020
CAPerth wrote a review May 2020
Perth216 contributions73 helpful votes
We visited Kadriorg Palace since we already had a Tallinn card (so entry was included) and we were continuing on to Pirita Monastery. Probably wouldn’t have bothered otherwise. It was easy to get to the Palace by tram although there wasn’t a lot of signage at the tram stop to point us in the right direction but if you follow the crowd you won’t go wrong. The Palace looks attractive from the outside but the art collections inside are fairly modest. Overall a bit of an underwhelming experience but considering we had just come from St Petersburg, most places would fade into insignificance compared to the great palaces there.…
Date of experience: July 2019
Laura B wrote a review Mar 2020
Hamilton, United Kingdom81 contributions30 helpful votes
Lovely palace with mainly art work but not a lot more to see. You need to leave your jacket and large bag at lockers. Garden would be lovely in summer. Easy to reach using tram from just outside the old town. Takes 10 minutes then a 10 minute walk through the park. Tram costs 2euros for an hour journey- just place money into receptacle at driver cabin and he gives you a ticket. …
Date of experience: March 2020