On Saturday 14th of May yet another Museum Night will take over Estonia. As always, the Night will be long and full of special events and exhibitions. This year the Museum Night will take place under an umbrella theme of Waves in the Night – or, in Estonian, Öös on laineid.
All the main exhibits are open and in them are folks who appear to be from the olden times. Also, if one wants to experience, what people ate in Estonia in the 1900’s, then one must head to the Kolu Inn.
The Creative Hub opens its doors to all and people can get into rooms that are usually closed to outside visitors. Tours will be held, music will be heard and thoughts about Tallinn’s urban planning will be said out loud.
The guests of Tartmus can participate in informative guided tours of the ongoing exhibitions, to find out about the history of art and the art of living. The tours are in Estonian, Russian, and English.
An opportunity to glimpse into the depths of the growing archive and see the materials that shed light on the development of the much apprechiated Arvo Pärt’s work. Younger visitors can also take part in tours, but can also play outside and imagine themselves as famous composers.
The guest can choose a role to get acquainted with the exhibition, be it fisherman, vendor or smuggler. According to the role, a travel map is compiled.
Storytelling night, where the men of the sea speak about what they know best. There is also a possibility to see documentaries by an maritime historian Bruno Pao.
Like they say about themselves: „If so many seamen of Seto origin sit down behind one table, the conversation will be long and cheerful stories many.“
If one wants to see the products from the era when gramophones and radios were, along the bicycles, one of the most desired objects of the youngsters, then one should definitely visit the Bicycle museum.