Estonian Museum of Architecture
Rotermanni Soolaladu
Ahtri 2
Tallinn 10151


tel +372 625 7000
fax +372 625 7003


Museum’s location on a map

How to get to the museum?

The museum is within walking distance of the Old Town of Tallinn, the Rotermann quarter and the Port of Tallinn.

Public Transport

When arriving by public transport, the stop closest to the museum is Ahtri, which is located on Ahtri street next to the Rotermann Quarter. You can reach Ahtri by taking bus No. 66 (Pelguranna – Priisle) as it comes from the direction of the train station (Balti jaam), or bus No. 2 (Balti jaam – Mõigu) as it heads in the direction of the airport. You can also get off at the Siimeon stop on Ahtri Street by taking bus No. 66 (Priisle – Pelguranna) as it comes from the direction of Priisle in Lasnamäe, or bus No. 2 (Balti jaam – Mõigu) as it comes from the direction of the train station and the port terminals.

You can reach the museum in ten minutes from the bus and tram stops at Hobujaama and Viru keskus by walking through the Rotermann Quarter in the direction of the port. Trams No. 1 and No. 2 also stop at Kanuti, which is only a short walk from the museum.


Vehicle parking is free for museum visitors in the event of necessary errands. The visitor’s parking lot is located in the area between Mere Blvd and the Rotermann Salt Storage building. Exemption from the parking fee is only applied if the visitor registers his or her license-plate number upon purchasing a ticket at the museum.

Bicycle parking

Guests arriving by bicycle can lock their bikes in the bike park in front of the building.


Visiting the museum during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the COVID-19 safety label, trusted to us by Visit Tallinn we confirm that we follow the requirements and instructions of the Government and the Health Board of Estonia ( established for our industry or field, that we keep up to date with the information, and that we help visitors comply with the infection-prevention guidelines on site. 

*Hand sanitizer is available at museum entrance.

*We regularly clean and disinfect the most used surfaces.

*We have installed plexiglass at the information desk.

*Anyone who wishes can buy a face mask from our museum shop.

*There are disposable gloves available next to the interactive exhibits.

Dear visitor

*Pleas wear a mask!

*Please maintain a distance from other visitors.

*Please disinfect your hands.

*The museum reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone exhibiting obvious signs of illness.

More information HERE.