Dear Museum visitors!
From 18 May the Museum garden is open both to groups and individual visitors – a guided tour can be reserved in advance (email@example.com, tel 672 2847). The outdoor excursion includes a pack of study cards about the Tuglasʼs garden. Four-legged friends are always welcome in the garden, but only on a leash.
We request that you follow the 2+2 rule (families excluded).
Indoor visits for both researchers and curious others are available by prior agreement. Because our rooms are small, for the time being we need to consider every situation separately.
Indoor excursions are always accompanied by a tour guide, the fee for which is included in the ticket price.
Individual ticket 5 €
Discount ticket (students, university students and seniors) 3 €
Family ticket 10 €
Sponsorʼs ticket 10 €
Admission is free for small children, handicapped persons with their helpers, class teachers, and members of the museum association and the association of Estonian language teachers
We request that groups contact us in advance in order to agree on possible discount admission.
Contact-free payment will be available soon; at the moment we will issue an invoice upon request.
Languages: Estonian and English
Transportation from the city centre is available on bus #5 (Liiva jaam stop) and bus #18 (Liiva stop). From Õismäe you can take bus #36 (Kirde stop).
On the life of Marie Under, Artur Adson and the Tuglasʼ family at Nõmme. Literary and cultural-historical background. Short lecture and museum excursion.
The Writersʼ Garden – relations between literature and nature. Short lecture and excursion from spring until fall, with a longer stop at the museumʼs Nature Study Trail.
Tuglasʼ work Siil (The Hedgehog). A program for the youngest visitors, containing a hedgehog game, moulding activities, writing with a quill pen and sample worksheets from the Literature Centreʼs publication, Väikese kirjaniku raamat – A Book for the Little Writer.
Take a look at our four virtual exhibits and digital collection, either on our webpage or the Museums Public Portal, or discover the publications of the Literature Centre on our webpage – many of these are available for a discount price!