Address: Kloostrimetsa tee 52
The Tallinn Botanic Garden is located in the eastern outskirts of Tallinn, 10 km from the city centre and 3 km from the Pirita Sailing and Recreation Centre. The territory is split by the Pirita River and embraced by a large sandy pine forest area. Metsakalmistu Cemetery, the last resting place of a number of celebrities in Estonian history, is in the neighbourhood, as is the Tallinn TV Tower.
Take bus 34A or 38 from the bus terminal at Viru keskus to Kloostrimetsa stop.
You can also take the Hop On Hop Off Tallinn City tour (Green Line) and get off at the Botanic Garden stop.
Tallinn Botanic Garden is open daily.
Glasshouses and Palm House are open:
from 5 January until 26 April 11 am - 4 pm
from 27 April until 6 September 11 am - 6 pm
from 7 Sepember until 20 December 11 am – 4 pm.
Glasshouses and Palm House are closed:
Outdoor collections open 11 am – 7 pm.
Visiting the outdoor collection is free of charge.
Palm House and Glasshouses
Free of charge: children under 7 year; disabled people; teachers accompaniing pupils' groups.
NB! Sorry, we accept cash only.
Adult 45 EEK (€ 2,90)
Children, students, retired people 25 EEK (€ 1,60)
Family ticket (2 adults and children) 90 EEK (€ 5,75)
Admission fees during exhibition
Adult 55 EEK (€ 3,50)
Children, students, retired people 35 EEK (€ 2,25)
Family ticket (2 adults and children) 100 EEK (€ 6,40)
Photography permission for commertial purposes (1x) 1500 EEK (€ 95,90)
Photography permission for parties (1x) 350 EEK (€ 22,35)