Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum Tallinn

Ahtri 2, 10151 Tallinn Map
Wed–Fri 11 am–6 pm, Sat–Sun 10 am–6 pm

The Museum of Estonian Architecture was founded on January 1, 1991 to document, preserve, and inform visitors of the history of Estonian architecture and its development today. Similar to the majority of architecture museums in the world, the Museum of Estonian Architecture is foremost involved in 20th-century architecture.

The Museum of Estonian Architecture is a member of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums (ICAM). The museum began operating in a temporary space at Kooli 7 in Tallinn’s Old Town, where the collections were located in the medieval Loewenschede Tower. In 1996, the museum moved to the Rotermann Salt Storage. The building was opened to the public on June 7, 1996.