During Tartu Hanseatic Days the curious townspeople and festival visitors have a great chance to visit different museums. In addition to the workshops and activities in the courtyards in St. John’s Town, the museums open their doors during the time of the Epochal Jamboree, offering the visitors a lot to discover and many enthralling activities. You can recognize the museums by Hansa marking!

 

Botanical Garden
Outdoor collections (free of charge):
Fri–Sun, 11–13 July from 07h to 21h
Greenhouses (admission fee):
Fri–Sun, 11–13 July from 10h to 17h

 

Estonian Sports Museum (Rüütli 15)
Sat–Sun, 12–13 July from 11h to 18h

 

Tartu Toy Musem (Lutsu 8)
Sat–Sun, 12–13 July from 11h to 18h

 

19th Century Tartu Citizen’s Home Museum (Jaani 16)
Sat, 12 July from 12h to 18h
Sun, 13 July from 12h to 17h

 

Postal Museum of the Estonian National Museum (Rüütli 15)
Sat–Sun, 12–13 July from 11h to 18h

 

University of Tartu Museum (Lossi 25)
Sat, 12 July from 10h to 20h
Sun, 13 July from 10h to 18h

 

University of Tartu Art Museum
Sat, 12 July 10h–18h

 

Old Observatory of the University of Tartu (Lossi 40)
Sat, 12 July from 10h to 20h
Sun, 13 July from 10h to 18h

 

Tartu Art Museum (Raekoja plats 18)
Sat–Sun, 12–13 July from 11h to 18h

 

Paper Museum (Kastani 38)
Sat, 12 July from 11h to 18h
Sun, 13 July from 11h to 17h

 

Printing Museum (Kastani 38)
Sat–Sun, 12–13 July from 11h to 18h