Admission to the museum ends 30 minutes before closing
We are closed 23.-26.12 and 31.12-1.01
Our permanent exhibition tells the life story of Lydia Koidula (1843–1886), who was a famous poetess and publicist during the national awakening of Estonia who spent her youth in Pärnu. Koidula Museum is located in the house where she lived from 1850 to 1863. It is known as Pärnu Ülejõe Schoolhouse where her father J.V. Jannsen, who is also known as the father of journalism in the Estonian language, worked at the time as the schoolmaster.
You can learn about their lives and activities in the context of national awakening in Estonia, take a look at a typical school and home from the middle of the 19th century and find out about the start of journalism in Estonia. (Perno Postimees from 1857).
Admission to the museums ends 30 minutes before closing.
|TICKETS||KOIDULA MUSEUM||COMBINED TICKET|
(Pärnu Museum, Red Tower, Koidula Museum)
|Adults||7 EUR||20 EUR|
ISIC, ITIC and IYTC card holders, pensioners (upon presentation of a document proving the discount right)
|4 EUR||12 EUR|
(1-2 adults + minor children from the same family)
|15 EUR||42 EUR|
|Preschoolers, ICOM card holders, journalists (only by prior agreement)||Free admission|
5-DAY DISCOUNT FOR THE PÄRNU MUSEUM, THE RED TOWER, THE KOIDULA MUSEUM, THE PERNOVA NATURE HOUSE, AND THE MUSEUM OF NEW ART!
If you visit one of those locations, keep your ticket – if you present it at the next location within five days, your ticket will be at a 20% discount!
The discount applies to single tickets.
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