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Tallinn TV Tower

Kloostrimetsa tee 58a, Tallinn 11913, Estonia
+372 686 3005
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Good views

Take buss 34a from bus station and enjoy the ride through the town and forest.when You arrive take... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
michaelpro
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Stord Municipality, Norway
Visit to Tallin

Excellent attraction, great views over the whole area. Would advise skipping this on a foggy or low... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
decdeasy
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Naas, Ireland
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The view from Tallinn TV Tower is unique in Estonia as well as in all of Northern Europe. Under your feet are the woods of Muuga. The captivating Tallinn Old Town and the glistening Baltic Sea in all of its majestic glory are off in the distance. When Estonia was still behind the Iron Curtain, this was for many Estonians a window on the free world - at night one could even catch sight of the lights of Helsinki. To illustrate the view, visitors can use multimedia screens: to increase the area visible in it or seeing what the place looked like in the past. It is a view that must be seen. And - experienced! Bus information The TV Tower is served by city buses 34A, 38 and 49 ("Teletorn" stop), as well as by CityTour and City Sightseeing tourist buses (green line, Mere pst - Teletorn). Handicapped-accessible.
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Kloostrimetsa tee 58a, Tallinn 11913, Estonia
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Take buss 34a from bus station and enjoy the ride through the town and forest.when You arrive take the lift up to the viewing platform,You can stand on a glass plate and look down at the base of the tower 170 meters below.there is a...More

Thank michaelpro
Reviewed 4 days ago

Excellent attraction, great views over the whole area. Would advise skipping this on a foggy or low cloud day.

Thank decdeasy
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth visiting for a couple of reasons, the views once you're there are spectacular, but the bus trip to get there is excellent too, beautiful beaches and scenary to see on the way. Good job the lft works to get you to the top,...More

Thank Jem J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Good place to visit once and watch Tallinn from the highest floor. Some small entertainment to see, minus because the restaurant was closed.

Thank Jeppe20
Reviewed 1 week ago

I've been there several times, visiting the ruins of the Pirita Cloister (nunnery) as a place of fantastic music festivals in August, as well as TV Tower, where you can have a superb view over the city. Pirita is very famous for its possibilities to...More

Thank Helgi225
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As I'm a person who likes to see the world from high up, I hardly miss a tower in a town or like here a tower of 175 m higth!. The lift brings you up in no time (14 seconds?), the platform is large, all...More

Thank Schlecknase
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are a couple of good reasons to visit the TV Tower. Outside of the fact that it has an incredible view, it's interesting to stand at a site that's part of history. The holes in the floor that pop open occasionally for views down...More

Thank appetite4trvl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Got there by hoho bus, via Kadriog Park. It looks amazing on the approach and is in well kept grounds with somewhere to sit or eat. The top of the tower is amazing, with glass holes in the floor, plenty of explanation, great views of...More

Thank Susie M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There was an exhibit on Soviet life at the foot of the TV tour. All the descriptive panels had descriptions in Russian, English and Estonian. There were extra descriptions in Finnish. It was very interesting on how the Soviets lived and how they managed. Some...More

Thank Gabriel Y
Tallinna_Teletorn, Guest Relations Manager at Tallinn TV Tower, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank You Gabriel :)

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The tower is a nice experience; what sets it apart is the Time Machine to Soviet Estonia exhibit at the base. We had no idea how demented every day life was. Empty stores, TV commercials for non-existent products, theft from government institutions was accepted, people...More

Thank Clay56
Tallinna_Teletorn, Guest Relations Manager at Tallinn TV Tower, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank You Clay :)

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Kirstie B
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Hi Kirstie! Thank you for the interest. Yes, it's possible to leave your backpack safely in the locker. You are welcome!
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