How to keep everyone entertained

Family-friendly activities in Tallinn

As a family-friendly apart-hotel in Tallinn, we understand that finding activities to keep everyone entertained can be challenging. To help you plan your trip, we've compiled a list of the best family-friendly activities in Tallinn.


Located in the Telliskivi Creative City, Prototehas is a hands-on science center that offers interactive exhibits on technology and innovation. Kids can learn about robotics, programming, and electronics through fun experiments and activities. Prototehas also hosts workshops and events for children and families.
Laste Sünnipäevad
Celebrating a birthday during your stay? Laste Sünnipäevad offers a range of party packages for kids. Activities include baking, painting, treasure hunts, and more. Parents can relax while the kids have fun with the help of professional animators.

Sea Museum Pakri-Margareeta

Located in a 16th-century tower, the Sea Museum Pakri-Margareeta offers a fascinating look at Tallinn's maritime history. Exhibits cover topics like shipbuilding, navigation, and underwater exploration. Kids will love the interactive displays and can even try their hand at steering a virtual ship. After exploring the museum, head to nearby Maru cafe for a tasty treat and stunning sea views.
The Energiakeksus interactive museum is all about energy and sustainability. Kids can learn about renewable energy sources, energy efficiency, and environmental protection through hands-on exhibits and experiments. The museum also offers educational programs for schools and groups.


The Tervisemuuseum, or Health Museum, explores the history of medicine and health in Estonia. The museum features exhibits on traditional healing methods, medical instruments, and modern healthcare. Kids will love the interactive displays, which include a chance to perform surgery and learn about the human body.
The Loodusmuuseum, or Natural History Museum, is a great place for families to learn about Estonia's diverse natural habitats and wildlife. Exhibits cover everything from insects to mammals, and there are interactive displays and activities for kids. Don't miss the skeleton of a giant dinosaur in the entrance hall!
Sweet-toothed families will love Martsipan, a marzipan museum and workshop. Learn about the history of this traditional Estonian treat and even make your own marzipan figures to take home. Kids will love the chance to get creative and make something delicious.
Kiek in de Kök Museum and Bastion Tunnels
Explore Tallinn's medieval history at the Kiek in de Kök Museum and Bastion Tunnels. The museum features exhibits on Tallinn's fortifications and weapons, and visitors can also explore the underground tunnels that were used to defend the city. The view from the tower at the top of the museum offers stunning panoramic views of Tallinn's Old Town.
We hope this list of family-friendly activities in Tallinn helps you plan an unforgettable trip. At our apart-hotel in Tallinn, we strive to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Book your stay with us today
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