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Marzipana Gallery

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Marzipana Gallery

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Discover the historic monuments of Tallinn and get a taste of Estonian cuisine on this half-day bike tour. Cycle around the UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, explore Tallinn neighborhoods such as Kalamaja and Volta, and stop at artisan shops, restaurants, and street stalls to sample a variety of local specialties.
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Cynicoren wrote a review Aug 2020
Beersheba, Israel2,426 contributions322 helpful votes
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The title says it all. I actually don't like Marzipan, but we wondered around the old town of Tallinn and my wife just wanted to see the display. Then she convinced me to taste Pistachio Marzipan and I was totally blown away. My biggest regret from visiting Tallinn is not buying enough of this stuff.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pete in Cairns wrote a review Feb 2020
Cairns, Australia203 contributions92 helpful votes
Just wandering down the cobblestone street of Tallinn when we saw this amazing shop/Gallery!! Went in and was blown away by all the Marzipan sculptures!! We were told to go downstairs and have a look around as well. There we encountered more sculptures... life size, cartoon characters, buildings, animals.... we also were given some samples of Marzipan and being a lover of the stuff, we of course bought some!!! Worth the time to go and see.....!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mikael F wrote a review Jan 2020
Vantaa, Finland17,427 contributions920 helpful votes
After visiting the depressing KGB prison cells, you can cheer you up visiting this Marzipan Museum across the street. You can see the marzipan exhibition of Tallinn’s sights and other interesting things made in marzipan. Also, you can sculpt and paint your own marzipan figure. Or purchase marzipan confectionery in the store.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Elyse B wrote a review Aug 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia261 contributions43 helpful votes
Seems Estonia is famous for their marzipan. This little gem allows patrons (mostly pediatric possibly with parents) to mold and paint their own edible marzipan. Their basement, especially, has marzipan creations including a bust with a striking resemblance to American comedian Eddie Murphy and the current president. They offer samples of their marzipan and even have an individualized chocolate covered orange flavor that is out of this WORLD! I'll need to visit earlier in the day as they were sold out of the undipped orange "blocks" of orange marzipan.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Isko K wrote a review Jun 2019
Helsinki, Finland67 contributions31 helpful votes
Really a nice idea, and quite a lot of innovative things that go into the cellar level exposition room. The street top floor has a small café area as well.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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