"Kadriorg Park and Presidential Palace" Kadriorg Tip by Airpunk

Kadriorg, Tallinn: 37 reviews and 95 photos

  Presidential Palace (somewhere behind the trees..)
by Airpunk

Kadriorg Park, one of the largest and best known parks in Tallinn is a culural center of the city. Two splenid palaces, one of which houses a museum, and a large museum of art can be found here. Beside that, Kadriorg Park has all a city park has to offer and is popular with all people looking for some time to relax. Espeically in summmertime, people coming together for picnics or barbeque are a common sight. However, I noticed that the grass was quite high so that it was not everywhere really comfortable. It looks like the gardening service is only limited to the English garden of Kadriorg Palace?
The presidential palace was built in 1938 - until then, Kadriorg Palace downhill was the official seat of the president. Looking from outside, the palace is not as splendous as Kadriorg Palace, but still nice looking. The palace is loacated in the east of Kadriorg Park between Kadriorg Palace and Kumu.

Directions: Go eastwards along Narva Mantee or take tram number 1 or 3 until its final station ?Kadriorg?.
Phone: +372 6013 636
Website: http://www.restorankadriorg.ee/en/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jan 15, 2013
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