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PBTravelstheWorld wrote a review Aug 2020
Woodinville, Washington396 contributions128 helpful votes
Very modern building and that is part of this gallery's charm. Some people like modern art, some people do not; however, their collection of 20th century Latvian and Soviet art is very extensive and worth seeing even if the 20th century is not your favorite period of art.
Date of experience: September 2019
Lysander4ever wrote a review Aug 2020
Zaventem, Belgium89 contributions37 helpful votes
Tastefully set up & diverse collection. Also: next to Kadriorg park, so ideal for a walk after having visited the museum.
Date of experience: July 2020
ilabuf wrote a review May 2020
Rome, Italy52 contributions11 helpful votes
It's a must-do experience for art and design lovers who visit Tallinn, make sure to have enough time because it's worth it. Admiring and learning from the exhibitions of Estonian art (1750 to nowadays) takes quite a bit of time, then you may wish to explore the surroundings or eat and relax in the museum. The site is a landscape masterwork, impressive architecture, eternal views, a great hall with all necessary services, a cloakroom, a café, a shop and a library.…
Date of experience: November 2019
Daanelin wrote a review Mar 2020
9 contributions1 helpful vote
Enjoy modern architecture and well curated modern art exhibitions next to unique and beautiful Kadriorg Park area.
Date of experience: July 2019
OT-Lohja wrote a review Mar 2020
Lohja285 contributions84 helpful votes
Kumu is situated in a nice park a couple kms of Tallinn’s centre. It was not easy to find entrance to Kumu because the navigator did not recognise new oneway streets. Kumu is nice, not too large in a nice, fairly young building. Entrance fee is not high. The exhibition we visited was good, Estonian female painters, also some Finnish like Schjerbeck and Theslef. They have a cafe too in Kumu with fair prices.…
Date of experience: February 2020