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.

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

  • Beautiful palace and gardens

    I did not visit it inside, but the building facade and the gardens, as well as the whole park around are very nice place to visit for tourists who want to see more than only the old town of Tallinn.

  • Impressive small palace with nice collection of Dutch and German paintings

    Former Russian Czar summer residence (one of many) in beautiful large park. The palace is well preserved outside and very impressed inside. Art collection represents mainly classic era W.European...

  • Delightful place

    Fabulous gardens to wonder around and lots of places benches to sit and watch the world go by. The buildings are beautiful and well worth seeing. A great escape from the city and well worth a visit.


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