The Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn houses the national art collection and is a must-see for visitors interested in learning about Estonian culture. The spectacular building opened in 2006, offering a vibrant showcase for a range of excellent exhibitions.
Located on the edge of the picturesque Kadriorg Park, the Kumu Art museum is one of Tallinn's highlights. Thanks to excellent transport links, guests enjoying superior service at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Tallinn are perfectly placed to visit these incredible attractions.
An award-winning museum
The striking angles and interesting layout of the Kumu Art Museum create a lasting impression, and the artworks inside the building are just as memorable. Classics of Estonian art are on show alongside works by some of the most important contemporary artists in the Baltic region.
As well as showcasing the best art in the region, the collection held at the museum also has great pieces of art from Western Europe and Russia. In 2008 the high standards of the Kumu Art Museum were recognized when the cultural institution was announced as the winner of the European Museum of the Year Award.
Soaking up the culture
Tallinn exudes a uniquely Estonian form of class and culture and nowhere is this more apparent than at the Kumu Art Museum. In addition to the permanent collection, the museum runs exhibitions and cultural events year round.
Visitors to Tallinn who would like to enjoy the art and culture available at the Kumu Art Museum will find their stay in that the stylish Radisson Blu Hotel, Tallinn provides the perfect accommodation to complement their stay. From here Tallinn and the cultural highlights of Estonia are all within easy reach.