Kadrioru park

Kadrioru park on Eesti silmapaistvaim lossi- ja linnapark, mis laiub u 70 hektaril. Parki hakati rajama 1718. aastal Peeter I korraldusel. Kadrioru pargis näeb 18., 19. ja 20. sajandi  iseloomulikke pargikujundusvõtteid.

Pargi populaarseimad jalutuskohad on Luigetiigi lillepeenardega kaunistatud ümbrus ning sealt lossi juurde viiv promenaad.

Kadrioru pargis asuvad mitmed muuseumid, näiteks KUMU, Kadrioru kunstimuuseum, Mikkeli muuseum ning monumendid kultuuritegelastele, näiteks skulptor Amandus Adamsonile, kirjanik F. R. Kreutzwaldile ning kunstnik Jaan Koortile.

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  • Margaret_&_Andrew Margaret_&_Andrew
    Delightful for visitors of all ages

    A large park with a variety of flowerbeds, woodland, water features, an old palace, built for Peter the Great which is now the Art Museum of Estonia, and the modern Kumu Art Museum. This variety is...

  • Rgle Rgle
    Beautiful Park and gardens

    We loved it here. We walked from the centre of Tallinn which was a bit of a step, but very much worth it. Its also worth mentioning that you could get a tram. We also only walked around the gardens...

  • chicago90Phoenix chicago90Phoenix
    The park was a great break from old town and provided an alternative venue for activity

    We hopped on the tram adjacent to old town and 15 minutes later were at the beginning of the park. Beautiful gardens, the palace and the art museum all within walking distance. Great signage, tall...


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