Sightseeing

Alternative walking tours in Tartu! A guided tour will lead you to places you would not normally see. For more information visit Tartu Pseudotours!

Main sights in Tartu

Old Town

The Botanical Garden of the University of Tartu

Dome Church’ ruins and the University of Tartu Museum

Toome Hill and its sculptures

Main building of the University of Tartu

St John’s Church

St Paul’s Lutheran Church

The Kissing Students

Father and Son

Arched Bridge

Quirky & alternative sights in Tartu

Tartu Song Festival Museum’s park with its own gazebo

Raadi manor park

The Aruküla Caves in the north-western part of Tartu

Raadi cemetery where a lot of cultural figures and scientists have been laid to rest

Karlova with its wooden houses

Supilinn (Soup Town)

Cinemas and theatres

Elektriteater

Cinamon

Vanemuine Theatre

Tartu New Theatre

Museums

St Anthony’s Guild

Toy Museum

Estonian National Museum

Tartu City Museum

A. Le Coq Beer Museum

AHHAA Science Centre

Tartu Art Museum

NB! Every month last Friday most of the museums are free to all visitors!

Cafes, pubs, bars and clubs

Asian Chef

Gunpowder Cellar

Crepp restaurant and cafe

Trepp! bar

Möku bar

Illegaard pub

Zavood pub

Genialists’ Club

Events

Events in Tartu

Estonian event calendar

Big events in Estonia

Where to go near Tartu / in South-Estonia

The region of the Russian Old Believers

Piusa caves

Setomaa

Estonian Agricultural Museum

The Onion Route

Soomaa

Elistvere Animal Park

Ice Age Centre

Luke Manor

Alatskivi Castle

Pangodi Nature Reserve

Vooremaa Landscape Protection Area

Vapramäe-Vellavere-Vitipalu Landscape Protection Areas

Useful links

Train travel in Estonia

Estonian bus schedule

Tartu Airport