About Pärnu Museum

About Pärnu Museum

11,000 years of history – ’Experiences from times long past’


Pärnu Museum´s permanent exhibition provides an overview of 11,000 years of history in Pärnu County through exciting exhibits and displays that introduce the life and conditions of the various eras. The main exhibit shows local developments from Neolithic times right up to the late 1980s, and includes a mini-cinema showing archival films.

The institution's pride and joy is the so-called 'Stone Age Madonna'. At more than 8000 years old, it is the oldest known human-shaped sculpture in the Scandinavia and Baltic Sea area. Other star attractions include a fragment of a 14th-century merchant ship and a glass floor that lets you look down onto archaeological remnants of one of the town's historic gates,  which let through all the people and goods from New Pärnu port to the Hanseatic city.

In addition, Museum Café offers taste treats from the past as well as modern dishes and beverages. Café offers meals for groups, as well as the possibility of warm communication for the people. Museum Shop welcomes visitors with an abundant and distinctive selection of merchandise. 

Welcome to Pärnu Museum!

Temporary Exhibitions

"Art in square. Pärnu Art School alumni exhibition"

&

"From coin to sword. Archaeological treasures and finds of Pärnu County"

15. September - 19. November

Opening hours

Tue - Sun 10:00 - 18:00
Mon CLOSED

Closed on public holidays:
December 25th - Christmas Eve 
December 25th - Christmas Day 
December 26th - Boxing Day
January 1st - New Year's Day

Closed three hours earlier:
December 23th
December 31st


Admission prices

Permanent exhibition

Adults 4 EUR
Pupils 2 EUR
Family ticket 10 EUR
(1-2 adults + children)
Concession:
Pensioner 3 EUR
Student 3 EUR
ISIC card holder 3 EUR

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Contact us

Pärnu Museum
Aida 3
80010, Pärnu
ESTONIA

 
Telephone: (+372) 44 33 231
E-mail: info@parnumuuseum.ee