Kadriorg Park

Park in Tallinn

Updated: March 08, 2024 04:04 AM

Kadriorg Park is located in Tallinn (Capital of Estonia), Estonia. It's address is A. Weizenbergi 26, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia.

A. Weizenbergi 26, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia

CQQR+32 Tallinn, Estonia

+372 601 4548

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MondayOpen 24 hours
TuesdayOpen 24 hours
WednesdayOpen 24 hours
ThursdayOpen 24 hours
FridayOpen 24 hours
SaturdayOpen 24 hours
SundayOpen 24 hours

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Where is Kadriorg Park?

Kadriorg Park is located at: A. Weizenbergi 26, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia.

What is the phone number of Kadriorg Park?

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What are the coordinates of Kadriorg Park?

Coordinates: 59.437682, 24.7900499

Kadriorg Park Reviews

Laura Burden
2023-11-04 12:31:58 GMT

One of the nicest parks I've been to whilst travelling. We went on a day where all the museums were closed but, we still wanted to visit the park and enjoy it and I'm really glad we did.

When we went there had been a massive storm the day before so there was a lot of damaged/fallen trees being cleared up but, we loved walking around the Palace, Japanese Garden and woods, we also saw the Russalka monument, lots of wildlife and had a coffee from the cafe. Easy to get to from the town via tram which brings you pretty much to the entrance.

Laura F.
2023-12-20 23:29:29 GMT

This is gorgeous park worth a visit if going to Tallin. It is outside Old Town but easily accessible on tram or bus or even a walk if you have the time.
In winter it makes the perfect Christmas poscard. There is a cafe at the start and few restaurants nearby.

2023-08-18 14:45:08 GMT

This is a beautiful, well-manicured park right near downtown Tallinn. If you’re visiting Estonia, this is definitely one of the places you should go to, and the best part about it is walking around the ponds, gardens, and forests is free! You can get wonderful photos and enjoy nature without having to pay a big fee. This park is not too far from Tallinn’s old section, but pretty far to walk, so I would recommend getting one of the e-scooters and riding down closer to the park if possible. It generally is very nice temperature-wise in summer, but when we visited it was during a heat wave (almost 90°F) so be sure to bring water! Good thing is, there are sometimes people who have little food trucks selling iced coffee, lemonade, and ice cream right next to the park…though don’t count on them being here. All in all, I really like this park, it’s quite grand, and definitely one of the prettiest parts of Tallinn. Check it out!

2023-11-05 12:59:26 GMT

A very beautiful park outside the center of Tallinn - there are lots of spaces to walk and look around. The pagoda in the water is especially nice in the summer.

Ilona Mattila
2023-03-20 13:09:29 GMT

A must-visit! I traveled here easily with the old-fashioned tram from the centre, which was quite fun.

The scenery is magnificent in the summer. I recommend bringing some snacks, drinks and a good book with you to spend some time here. The garden is a lovely environment to walk around and take pictures.

The surroundings of the palace offer many places to sit or lie down and relax.

Tiina Kulmalahti
2023-05-05 08:50:27 GMT

What a beautiful place to spend time. Japanese Garden especially is my favorite. Additionally several museums to visit. Lovely cafe near the built in pawn. Something to see and feel in every season. Lovely happenings as well.

Jannet Harthoorn
2023-10-12 14:50:37 GMT

Really big and beautiful park with a lot of things to see! It’s not that close to the centre but really worth a visit.

Cristiano Mazzella
2023-01-12 00:47:28 GMT

We didn't check the art exposition inside the Palace but having a walk all around the surroundings is highly suggested. The park is huge and it is very suggestive during winter.
Also, with just a 15-20 minutes of walk you will find yourself on the long seaside promenade with an amazing view of the baltic sea.

Rekha Thaker
2023-06-13 08:22:53 GMT

Marvelous, beautiful and many more words can go for this park. Its huge park of around 250 acres. Lovely fountains, swan lake, flower gardens and the palace. The place is beautiful and has lovely art museum. Not a over-whelming palace, you love to look around. A must visit for sure.

2023-07-11 19:16:26 GMT

Beautiful big garden.
You can go easily there by walk (approximately 30 minutes from Tallinn city center) or by bus.
Would recommend visit in summer when flowers bloom. There is also palace (we didn't visited).

2023-07-22 12:43:44 GMT

Absolutely beautiful and stunning place! Perfect for photoshoots and families, especially in summer. There's an impressive and colorful castle with the history, arts and sculpture museum inside, amazing rose garden with over 30 rose species, as well as plenty of walking paths and places to enjoy some nature. There's a lot of people during the summer and on the weekends, but since the park is so big, there's enough place for everyone!

Caroline Oliveira
2023-10-23 09:33:12 GMT

Most beautiful place to have a nice walk in Tallinn in any season.
There is also a nice cafe next to it for some coffee + easy access by tram or bus.

Bhavishya Goel
2023-07-17 13:59:04 GMT

An enchanting haven that exceeded my expectations. It's very picturesque which is great for a relaxing walk and for a picnic. It's big enough to spend few hours, so plan accordingly.

jamie foster
2023-07-15 00:55:14 GMT

Beautifully maintained Museum and well worth the ticket price to enter and view the paintings and sculptures. They have a very nice collection of art work in this museum. There is also a cafe and small gift shop.

Alexandra Skarkala
2023-12-15 21:20:41 GMT

Must visit when you visit Tallin! This park is a jem in the city!

Irina Irina
2023-11-11 09:14:08 GMT

Amazing park, particularly for a sunny autumn day!

2023-10-08 00:13:44 GMT

We could not go inside due to the shortage of time, but we did enjoy the view from standing outside. Very cool.

Olga P
2023-08-29 15:25:02 GMT

Lovely and peaceful park, well maintained.

Roman Nuritdinov
2021-12-27 19:43:18 GMT

Nice and well-maintained park in the city. Many popular and regular public activities are hosting here. Also the park is the house for some hedgehogs 🦔 and hares 🐇. You will enjoy walking here for a whole year.

Davide Baraglia
2023-08-27 20:51:12 GMT

Even leaving aside the beautiful Kadriorg palace and its garden, the many state present here and there, and the Russalka close by, this is one of the nicest city parks you can think of. Absolutely recommended. Perfect maintenance, absolutely zero litter, and a lot of little trails among beautiful trees, with a lot of benches to rest and look or read, eat, chat…

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Tallinn is the capital, primate and most populous city of Estonia. Situated on a bay in north Estonia, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea, Tallinn has a population of about 454,000 and administratively lies in the Harju maakond. source

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