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Tallinn Old Town Tour for families

Tour is customized for those traveling with children

Quick Details

Duration: 3 hours

This tour runs every day:

Summer: 1 April – 31 October at 10:00 / 14:00 / 16:00

Winter: 1 November – 31 March 10:00 / 14:00

Meeting Point

  • Shared Parties: We meet at the Viru Gate. Your guide will wait at the remains of the old gate and you will see flower shops on your left.
  • Private tours: We pick you up from the hotel or the cruise ship and may customize your time. Just let us know the details. 
Adults (Ages 10+)
Children (Ages 3-9)
Infants (Ages 2 and Under)
Private Tour

Kid-friendly Tallinn Walking Tour at a Relaxed Pace

We developed a more friendly tour at a relaxed pace for kids and included bit more interesting sites compared to our adult tours. Although Old Town itself is quite interesting, our additions make it easier to concentrate!
We encourage you to take this tour if you are touring Tallinn with kids.

Tallinn old town is charming with its two-tiered city.  Among Medieval Nordic cities, there’s none nearly as well-preserved as Tallinn, nor more dense with restaurants, cafés, and surprises.  Follow your specialist guide to discover highlights of Tallinn old town intimately with your family and enjoy the privileges of a small group ( or a private tour)  tailored for you.

Get to know Tallinn’s lower town, have a break at one of the best-preserved town hall squares in Europe and walk into an ancient pharmacy.
Learn in detail about the intriguing details on the grand baroque buildings, crumbling stucco facades, monumental gates, and marble streets. For a break, we will call on the marzipan place where you can buy this delight known from the medieval times.

Once we finish our tour in the lower town, we stop for a photo at the Toompea Hill with stunning views and admire the art at Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral. The focus for Tallinn with kids will be the Upper City and the Kiek In De Kök where they’ll walk around Danish King’s Garden. This massive, 38m-high cannon tower houses an extensive museum of the town’s fortifications, weapons, and medieval-era life. Climb up the towers on winding staircases to enjoy the views of the city.

Tallinn has a slow train ride where you can choose to ride to end your tour.