The Arvo Pärt Centre can also be visited with a Museum Card


From Tuesday, April 11, you can purchase a Museum Card, which will allow you to visit more than 100 museums, galleries and experience centres across Estonia. The Arvo Pärt Centre now can also be visited with the Museum Card, which is valid as an entrance ticket to the Centre.

Holders of the card will be able to visit the Centre’s permanent exhibition, borrow audio guides, watch a film about Arvo Pärt’s life and work, enter the chapel and climb the observation tower during the summer.

You can also use the Museum Card to attend events at the Arvo Pärt Centre, for which a ticket to the Centre is required (e.g. lectures and talks, although registering in advance may be required). For concerts and special events with a more expensive ticket, an additional event ticket must be purchased.

The Museum Card covers a wide range of topics, and there is something for everyone, from culture and adventure enthusiasts to technology and nature lovers and families with children. In addition, the Museum Card aims to introduce smaller sites that many museum enthusiasts are unlikely to have visited yet.

In order to preserve nature, the museum map is digital and comes with a QR code, there is no separate plastic card. It’s easy to use, all you need to do is show your digital ticket or, if you’ve forgotten it, your ID at the museum ticket office.

The Museum Card can be purchased from the Museum Card website www.muuseumikaart.ee as well as from several museums on site. The card can also be purchased at the Arvo Pärt Centre.

The Museum Card is organised by Muuseumikaart foundation and its launch was supported by the Estonian Ministry of Culture.

The Museum Card, which is valid for one year, costs €59 and allows unlimited visits to more than 100 museums and sightseeing places in Estonia.

Buy online at: muuseumikaart.ee 

Find out more: muuseumikaart.ee/en/.


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