Estonian National Museum

The conference will take place in the Estonian National Museum, located in the Tartu, in Raadi area, in 2 kilometers distance of the city centre. The address is Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu. The main access is via entrance A.

The Estonian National Museum (ENM) was founded in Tartu in 1909. The ENM’s new building was opened in October 2016, designed by the Paris-based architecture firm, DGT Architects.
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Museum has 6000 square metres of exhibition space. Most of the exhibition space is dedicated to the permanent exhibition Encounters, expanding upon Estonian cultural history and everyday life and stretching out on a timeline from the present day to the Ice Age.
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The second biggest permanent exhibition is Echo of the Urals, providing insight into the lives of the different people speaking Finno-Ugric languages and inhabiting the northern parts of this corner of the world. The exhibition takes visitors through four different seasons, introducing people related to Estonians.
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You can use free Wi-Fi at ENM. European two-pin plugs are located in auditoriums and the museum library. 


The Museum’s library, close to the main entrance, is open from Tuesday to Friday 10:00–17:00. Computers are available for use and phones can be charged.

Tartu City Museum

The meeting point for the exhibition tour and the opening reception after the tour on 30 October is Tartu City Museum
, situated just a few hundred meters from the city centre.
Tartu City Museum is situated in a nobleman’s residence built at the end of the 18th century. With a rich history, legends, and exciting objects, the museum offers the joy of discovery and new knowledge for both young and old. The Tartu City Museum depicts the past and present of Estonia’s second largest city.