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While the contents are of course the most important part of a museum, I have to say that it is rare to see architecture this striking. This is one of those places where moving from one exhibition to the next is definitely a part of...More
I visited on a Tuesday afternoon in mid-September. There were very few other visitors, which surprised me as the crowds at the Kadriorg Palace earlier in the day were crazy. I am not a big fan of modern art, but I really enjoyed learning more...More
Art history buffs, this is a treasure trove of art world knowledge that is largely untapped. Here you’ll learn about art movements in Estonia, how it differs from that of typical West and Eastern European art movements, and how it helped give rise to the...More
Try to visit this museum with a rich collection of the national Estonian art as well as excellent exhibitions of contemporary art!
How many masterpieces of earlier unknown to me Estonian painters I’ve discovered here.
Love the cubism works of Arnold Akberg!!!!
The Teenager was...More
I loved the modern art on the top floor which was superbly displayed. Of equal interest was the Soviet art on the 4th floor. The older artworks on the lower floors frankly seemed rather amateurish. The building is interesting and the cafe good.
Rich and informative museum, gives a good perspective of national history, Estonian culture - literature, arts, folklor, etc. Museum is located in picturesque surrounding, easy to reach, it is modern and well kept installation.
I had no prior knowledge of Estonian art but I was very pleased I visited KUMU. It is in an architecturally interesting modern building and has enough space to cover the country's art since the 19th century. The highlight for me was the special exhibition...More
A bit of a walk from Old Town but worth the trip. The entrance fee when I was there was $8€ and it was well worth it. Not only is the building impressive but there were a number of exhibits to go through; some more...More
You can either take tram 1 or 3, or walking along the beautiful coast line, which is my favorite route. The art museum is located in the vicinity of the old royal Summer residence, which is a fascinating art museum itself!