Open today 11–18

How to visit

pildil rotermanni soolaladu

Tue–Sun 11–18
Mon closed

Rotermann Salt Storage
Ahtri 2, Tallinn

Ticket 10 €
Discount 5 €
Family 20 €

Younger than 8 yrs 0 €

Annual pass 25 €



Valid for students, university students, senior citizens, disabled persons and their assistants, members of the Estonian Association of Architects, members of the Estonian Society of Art Historians and Curators as well as uniformed members of the military upon the presentation of a corresponding document. Also ISIC and ITIC card holders.


Valid for 1-2 adults and minors visiting at the same time.

Annual pass

Valid for one year from the date of purchase and is connected to your name. The pass gives 5% discount on all of the museums publications and souvenirs.

Free-visitation days

February 21st – International Tourist Guide Day
May 18th  – International Museum Day
The last Friday of September
The last Friday of November

Free of charge

  • Members of ICOM, ICOMOS, and ICAM
  • Preschool-age children
  • Journalists
  • Repressed individuals and those equatable to repressed persons
  • Ukrainian war refugees
  • Students of the Estonian Academy of Arts
  • Students of the Tallinn University of Applied Sciences
  • Students of the Tallinn University Department of Art Education
  • Students of the Tallinn University of Technology Faculty of Engineering
  • Students of the Estonian University of Life Sciences landscape architecture students
  • Students of Pallas University
  • Students of Tartu University of Art History
  • Tallinn Card cardholders

How to reach us

By foot

Our museum is a short walk away from either Tallinn’s Old Town, the Rotermann Quarter or the Port of Tallinn.

By car

Visitors to the museum can park their cars free of charge in the parking lot in front of the museum building. For this, it is necessary to register the car number at the museum’s information desk when buying a ticket.

By bike

There are bike racks in front of the museum.

With public transport

Buses No. 66 and 2 (bound to the Airport) stop at the Ahtri stop. Buses No. 66 and 2 (coming from Balti station and port terminals) stop at the Simeon stop. Trams No. 1 and 2 stop at the Kanuti stop. The Hobujaama and Viru keskus stops are a 10-minute walk from the museum.

The museum is closed

On all public holidays:

  • January 1st
  • February 24th
  • the 1st Sunday of Easter
  • Big Friday
  • May 1st
  • the 1st Sunday of Pentecost
  • June 23rd, June 24th
  • August 20th
  • December 24th–26th

Shortened working days (the museum is open until 15:00):

  • 23. veebruaril
  • 22. juunil
  • 23. detsembril
  • 31. detsembril