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In the former Kadriorg Palace, an exquisite exhibition of 600 exhibits was set up. This collection includes Flemish paintings, Italian engravings, porcelains. The collector gave it to the Estonian state. The museum is located just across the street from Kadriorg Palace. Now the street that...More
You can combine your visit to Mikkel with your visit to Kadriorg palace and Kumu. It used to be a private collection of different types of exotic items by a collector whose first name was Mikkel, hence the name. The building has two floors and...More
While visiting the beautiful Kadriorg Park, have a look inside this museum if you have enough time to spare. It's not a must-see, but if you have your Tallinn Card with you, you can see the exhibition for free. If you explore the museum slowly,...More
Unless you have a particular interest in Meissen porcelain there is very little of interest. Meissen occupies the majority of the display area and tt would appear that even most of the Meissen on display are copies of originals. Some of Mikkel's wider art collection...More
This is a small but quite interesting art galkery/museum in Kadriorg Park. Personally I would not think it worth making the trip to Kadriorg just to see this gallery and not worth the entrance fee unless it's a combined fee with the other Tallinn art...More
The private collection of Johannes Mikkel is displayed here. I saw some nice pieces of porcelain and an interesting display of antique fans. The collection of paintings was disappointing, however; recent research has found that almost all the works in the collection are copies or...More