The Niguliste Museum is housed in the former St. Nicholas’ Church, which is situated in Harju Street in the Old Town of Tallinn.
Niguliste Museum is situated at Harjumägi at the foot of Toompea Hill. The grand Baroque spire is one of the most outstanding towers in Tallinn. It is a few minutes’ walk to the St. Nicholas’ Church along Harju Street either from Raekoja plats (the Town Hall Square) or Vabaduse väljak. Taking the stairs of Lühike jalg Street down from Toompea you find yourself right in front of the St. Nicholas’ Church.
Lines no. 5, 9, 11, 16, 17, 17A, 21, 21B, 22, 23, 36, 40, 41, 41B, 42, 46, 48 and 73 stop at “Vabaduse väljak”
Lines no. 3 and 4 stop at “Vabaduse väljak”
By trolley bus
Lines no. 1 and 3 stop at “Vabaduse väljak”
See also Tallinn Public Transport Routes.
When you come by car, please remember that parking fees apply in Old Town.
The closest parking lots are situated in Rüütli Street and next to and under Vabaduse väljak.
For parking information for tour buses please visit the Tallinn Tourist Information site.
The Niguliste exhibition halls are wheelchair-friendly and the museum has ramps that can be installed if necessary. In order for us to make your visit a smooth and enjoyable experience, please contact the museum prior to your visit.
For additional information on programmes and services geared toward people with special needs, please contact the museum at or +372 5343 1052.
Due to national emergency, all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia are temporarily closed until 1 May 2020.