Must-see sights in Tartu
Tagurpidi maja – an upside–down house located in front the Estonian National Museum. My absolute favorite! http://www.tagurpidimaja.eeAHHAA – a science theme park for families. The centre has everything: from turning tunnels and rooms, to live chick-hatching, artifical wombs, high wire cycling (with safety net), strange musical instruments and… a planetarium! A great place for children and adults http://www.ahhaa.eeToy Museum – with its wonderful collection of old and new toys from around the world. And there are several interesting puppet theaters in the basement http://www.mm.ee/en
The Citizen’s Museum, which is quite small, but really interesting https://linnamuuseum.tartu.ee/en/19-saj-linnakodaniku-muuseum/muuseumi-tutvustus/Estonian National Museum where you can learn about the history and culture of Estonia http://www.erm.ee/enTartu Cathedral, located on the beautiful Toomemägi Hill. If you go to the top of the ruin, you will have a great view of Tartu https://www.ut.ee/en/university/general/sights-and-museums/towers-of-the-dome-cathedral
And of course, the University of Tartu – the largest and most comprehensive university in Estonia https://www.ut.ee/en/university/general
Looks like a pretty interesting place. I love the upside down house, particularly the bench out front. Those kinds of little details mean so much. Inquiring minds would love to know how your high wire bike ride went?
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I think above 15m above the ground. I didn’t try it but my boyfriend did and he said it was fun 😉