Pre-booking group visits to the museum is highly recommended by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Our visitor experience guides conduct museum tours in the Estonian, Russian, and English languages. Guided tours last 45-60 minutes.
The purpose of the Health Museum’s sleep exhibition is to value sleep as a physical and mental stress reliever and restorer of capacity. We peek into the bedroom and see how people sleep and what happens in our bodies during sleep. We share good recommendations and practical tips for the best night’s rest for everyone who wants to take care of their sleep health.Read more
The world around us is changing at a tremendous speed, but just like our ancestors centuries ago, we too still dream. The exhibition "Dream stories" invites the viewer to discover the more mystical side of sleep - dreams. Dreams are still something that cannot be fully explained in our science-based world. Yet they are an integral part of our everyday life and the effort to understand and interpret them has been part of human culture for a very long time.Read more
The permanent exhibition ‘A Heart to Heart About Your Body’ offers a vivid and memorable museum experience about human body and encourages making healthy choices. We provide a varied and unique learning environment for kids, students and adults.Read more
Tue-Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Children aged up to 8 years (included), disabled young people aged up to 16 years with an accompanying person, persons with profound disability with an accompanying person, repressed persons, ICOM card holders.
VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONS
To assist visually impaired people, tactile exhibits and information boards in Braille are displayed in the exhibition rooms. A tactile plan of the building is in the foyer of the museum. Tactile books help explain various subjects
A visitor in a wheelchair can move about the museum with the help of an accompanying person. There is a wheelchair lift installed in the museum that can be used only with a narrower wheelchair due to the structure of the building. The museum has a narrow-framed wheelchair and, if necessary, the museum visitor experience guides can assist in changing wheelchairs.