Visiting the Tallinn Art Hall Lasnamäe Pavilion (24 Jaan Koorti Street) and Tallinn City Gallery (13 Harju Street) is free of charge for everyone.
TALLINN ART HALL (8 Vabaduse väljak) and TALLINN ART HALL GALLERY (6 Vabaduse väljak) venues are closed to visitors due to renovation works from December 2022 to 2025.
How to get to Lasnamäe pavilion
Bus numbers 7, 9, 13,42, 46, 49, 56 and 67.
Coming from the Freedom Square, take one of these buses from the stops opposite the Estonia Concert Hall.
Bus numbers 67 – get on at the ‘Estonia’ bus stop on Teatri väljak and get off at the ‘Kotka kauplus’ bus stop.
On disembarking, turn right and take the stairs to Lindakivi Bridge. Cross the bridge and you’re there!
Arriving by car, you can park on the opposite side of Laagna tee in the car park of Kalevipoja Mini-Rimi supermarket at Kalevipoja põik 8. From the car park, head to the other side of the supermarket, turn left and head towards Lindakivi Bridge, which will take you directly to the Tallinn Art Hall pavilion!
Accessibility for visitors with a stroller or mobility impairment
Tallinn Art Hall Lasnamäe Pavilion (24 Jaan Koorti Street) is a one storey building elevated from the ground and accessed by a ramp. The wheelchair-accessible WC is located in the adjacent Lindakivi Cultural Centre.
More information on the accessibility of Lasnamäe pavilion here.
Tallinn City Gallery (13 Harju Street) is located on the ground floor and is accessible from the street.
Rules for visiting Tallinn Art Hall
Tallinn Art Hall‘s Lasnamäe Pavilion and Tallinn City Gallery offer a contemporary art experience to visitors of all ages. To ensure you have a pleasant visit, we kindly ask you to be mindful of the following.
Tallinn City gallery
Wed — Sun 11.00 —18.00
Jaan Koorti 24
Wed — Sun 12.00 —19.00