The Adamson-Eric Museum is located in Lühike Jalg Street in Tallinn’s Old Town.
The Adamson-Eric Museum is located in Tallinn’s Old Town near the Town Hall Square and the Niguliste Museum.
Lines no. 5, 9, 11, 16, 17, 17A, 21, 21B, 22, 23, 36, 40, 41, 41B, 42, 46, 48 and 73 stop at “Vabaduse väljak”
Lines no. 3 and 4 stop at “Vabaduse väljak”
By trolley bus
Lines no. 1 and 3 stop at “Vabaduse väljak”
See also Tallinn Public Transport Routes.
When you come by car, please remember that parking fees apply in Old Town.
The closest parking lots are situated in Rüütli Street and next to and under Vabaduse väljak.
For parking information for tour buses, please visit the Tallinn Tourist Information site.
The Adamson-Eric Museum is located in the Old Town of Tallinn at 3 Lühike Jalg Street, close to St. Nicholas’ Church, which houses the Niguliste Museum, another branch of the Art Museum of Estonia. Adamson-Eric Museum is only a couple of minutes’ walk from both, the Town Hall Square and Vabaduse Square. The closest parking lot is on Niguliste Street. In Tallinn, parking is free in public areas provided that on the car a disability placard or sign has been properly displayed. The closest private parking lots in the area, for instance the one on Rüütli Street, do not have free parking for the disabled.
The museum building in Old Town has several stairs and is difficult to access by people with mobility disabilities. Unfortunately, our museum is not wheelchair accessible yet.
For additional information on programmes and services geared toward people with special needs, please contact the museum at or +372 644 5838