From September to MayPÄRNU MUSEUMRED TOWERKOIDULA MUSEUMCOMBINED TICKET (Pärnu Museum, Red Tower, Koidula Museum)
Adults10 EUR 6 EUR 6 EUR16 EUR
ISIC, ITIC and IYTC card holders, pensioners
 6 EUR 3 EUR 3 EUR 10 EUR
Family ticket
(1-2 adults + minor children from the same family)
20 EUR 12 EUR 12 EUR32 EUR
Preschoolers, ICOM card holders, journalists by prior agreementFREE ADMISSION FREE ADMISSION FREE ADMISSIONFREE ADMISSION
Museum Card      59 EUR

The Museum Card is a joint pass for Estonian museums that gives you unlimited access to more than 100 museums, galleries, and experience centers throughout Estonia for a full year.

The card can be bought online or at the museum.

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To really understand Pärnu, you should start from the very beginning! Pärnu Museum, Koidula Museum and the Red Tower will take you on a journey through history, and with a combined ticket from Pärnu Museums you can really get to know your destination.

THE COMBINED TICKET TO PÄRNU MUSEUMS gives you the opportunity to visit all three branches of the museum once during one year - the main building of the Pärnu Museum in Aida 3, the medieval Red Tower in Hommiku 11 and the Koidula Museum in Jannsen 37.

The combined ticket is valid for visiting all exhibitions and events, which are included in the price of the museum ticket. A ticket cannot be used for special events (lectures, workshops, etc.) if a separate ticket has been established for them.

You do not have to visit the branches on the same day.

NB! As the Red Tower can only accommodate a limited number of visitors, we recommend that you book your visit in advance at or by phone +372 4433 488

A pre-purchased ticket must be presented at the first visit.

The permanent exhibition of the PÄRNU MUSEUM dates back to the Stone Age and the atmosphere of past millennia and centuries can be felt through many genuine objects, new knowledge, games and experiences.

Tue - Sun 10.00 - 18.00
Aida 3, Pärnu

The KOIDULA MUSEUM commemorates Lydia Koidula and J. V. Jannsen. The museum's permanent exhibition introduces the life and activities of the land in the context of the Estonian Awakening.

Tue-Sun 10.00 - 18.00
Jannseni 37, Pärnu

The RED TOWER, the oldest surviving building in Pärnu, introduces the Middle Ages of Pärnu and the history of the Red Tower. In the Red Tower’s panorama cinema you can watch the animated film which introduces Pärnu’s history.

Tue-Sun 10.00 - 18.00
Hommiku 11, Pärnu