Exhibitions

and markets

EXHIBITIONS

Chronicle at the Town Hall Square

Town Hall Square

The visitors of the Old Town Days are welcome to record their emotions in a modern chronicle located at the Town Hall Square. The authors of the chronicle are Pille Kivihall and Eero Kotli.

Book exhibition Tallinn 800. Curator Harry Liivrand.

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Thu–Fri 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Academic Library of Tallinn University (10 Rävala Blvd.)

Permanent exhibition in the Kiek in de Kök tower Time Travel. Tallinn 1219–2219

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2 Komandandi Road

Thu–Sun 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

From Stronghold to Town – The Birth of the Danish Town 800 Years Ago

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Thu–Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tallinn City Museum (17 Vene St.)

Permanent exhibition Spirit of Survival. 11,000 Years of Estonian History

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Thu–Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Great Guild Hall of the Estonian History Museum (17 Pikk St.)

Obelisk sculpture Clock of Time on Viru Street

Viru Street

measures the time from the start of the Old Town Days and the time remaining until their end. Pallas University of Applied Sciences.

Performance Practical and Aesthetic Woodwork Shop

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Thu–Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Towers’ Square

The students of Pallas University of Applied Sciences introduce archaic techniques to the public and involve the visitors in the creative process.

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PHOTO EXHIBITION: ESTONIA – DENMARK. HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS THROUGHOUT 800 YEARS

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May 15 - June 18

Vabaduse Väljak

To mark the 800th anniversary of the legend of the Danish flag Dannebrog, 800th anniversary of the first written mentioning of Tallinn and 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia, the Embassy of Denmark in Estonia and the Danish Cultural Institute are pleased to present a photo exhibition about the rich history shared by Estonia and Denmark.

The exhibition shows central historical moments from the past 800 years – from the first encounters to present-day cooperation. Four central themes and stories will be told: early Danish connections around 1219, Danish volunteers to the Estonian War of Independence in 1919, Danish support to Estonia in the years of regaining independence in 1990’s, and contemporary cooperation and exchange within culture and military.

On June 15, Estonia and Denmark celebrates the very day when, according to legend, Dannebrog fell from the sky in Tallinn. Her Majesty Queen Margrethe of Denmark will visit Tallinn and participate in several cultural events, including a public celebration on Vabaduse Väljak. The photo exhibition “Estonia – Denmark. Historical highlights throughout 800 years” will be a part of this event.

Miniature installations Travelling in Time

St. Olaf’s Church (50 Lai St.), Church of the Holy Spirit (Pühavaimu 2), Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (14 Suur-Kloostri St.), Dome Church (6 Toom-Kooli St.).

The churches of the Old Town built during the Danish era offer an interactive display of the history of the church and the saint after whom the church was named.

Exhibition Things Connected with the Old Town Days

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Thu–Sun 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

on the lower floor of Golden Leg Tower

Exhibition Local Celebrities

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Thu–Sun 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Hometown House (3 Gümnaasiumi St.)

Pictures by Hugo Hiibus completed over the years. 

The author, Hugo Hiibus, is there every day from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to talk and draw pictures.

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Exhibition of the St. Petersburg Perfume Museum

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Thu–Sat 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sun 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Hopner House (3 Vanaturu kael St.)

Art workshops on Harju Street

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Fri–Sat 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sun 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

the green area of Harju Street

Miniature exhibition of the departments of the Pallas University of Applied Sciences.

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Ceramics outdoors: Time for Vases

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Thu–Sun 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Estonian Ceramists Association in the courtyard of the Dominican monastery (14a Vene St.)

Opening of the exhibition on 31 May at 3 p.m., garden is open to the public from 2 p.m. – this is the time of the so-called growing garden during which the visitors can see the development of the garden as the artists set up compositions with vases.

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Sculptures outdoors and in the garden. Estonian Sculptors’ Union.

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Fri–Sun

Sculpture Singers by the Danish sculptor Brian Lang Hansen in front of St. Catherine’s Church (14a Vene St.).
Sculptures Aare and Unistuste meremees by Toomas Altnurme in the garden of Adamson-Eric Museum (3 Lühike jalg St.).
Sculptures Euronyme and Ying and Yang by Gea Sibola Hansen in the garden of the Museum of Photography (4/6 Raekoja St.).
Cat sculptures Pibi I and Pibi II by Piret Meos in St. Catherine’s Passage.

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Exhibition of comics: This Happened in Tallinn 800 Years Ago / This Will Happen in Tallinn 800 Years from Now

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Fri–Sun, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Children's area LAHELA (Snelli Park)

Objects in public space FREE AREA

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Fri–Sun, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Children's area LAHELA (Snelli Park)

Opening of the exhibition on 31 May at 3 p.m., garden is open to the public from 2 p.m. – this is the time of the so-called growing garden during which the visitors can see the development of the garden as the artists set up compositions with vases.

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Permanent exhibition The City of Ruins

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Thu–Sun 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Carved Stone Museum (2 Komandandi Road)

Permanent exhibition at the Adamson-Eric Museum

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Thu 10 a.m. to 8 p.m, Fri–Sun 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

3 Lühike jalg St.

Permanent exhibition on the history of Estonian photography from 1840 to 1940.

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Thu–Sat 11 a.m. to 6 p.m, Sun 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Museum of Photography (4/6 Raekoja St.)

MARKETS

Handicraft Market

 

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30 May to 2 June 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Niguliste, Harju and Kuninga Streets

Around 130 traders offering ceramics, leather work, souvenirs, arts and crafts, etc.

Street food

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31 May to 2 June 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Vana-Posti Street

Vana-Posti Street becomes a hotspot of street food during the XXXVIII Old Town Days. The mini restaurants on wheels offer unusual menus, modern and affordable dishes that are simply delicious and satisfy even the most demanding customer.

Farmer’s market of Estonian food regions

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31 May to 2 June 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Towers’ Square

The farmer’s market features traders with different regional food labels. The selection includes goat cheese, craft beer and cider that have won international awards; hemp and buckwheat products, jams, juices, and snacks.

The Home Cafe on the Falgi Road

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30 May to 2 June 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Falgi Road 6/Toompuiestee 18

The Home Cafe on the Falgi Road sells coffee and snacks directly from a living room window. Using the unique location and love for baking, two coffee loving architects will open their windows for just four days to fill the street leading to Toompea with the beautiful aroma of coffee. They look forward to you visiting their little home cafe!

Vinyl Market

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18:00-22:00 (31.05)

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12:00-20:00 (01.06)

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12:00-16:00 (02.06)

Harjumägi

In front of the bandstand of Harjumägi, it is possible to buy, exchange, and record music from the wide world. There will be approximately 40 vinyl sellers, some from the old Harjumägi vinyl market era, while others are young music lovers.

Fair of student companies

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1 June 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Children's area LAHELA (Snelli Park).

Come and check out the unique ideas and initiatives of youth. Junior Achievement Eesti SA.

National cultures market

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30 May to 2 June 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Tammsaare park

Visiting traders from Lithuania and Belarus

Kauplemise meelespea

  1. Kaubanduse korraldaja, Tallinna Kesklinna Valitsus, määrab kauplemiskohad ja vastav asendiplaan pannakse Vanalinna päevade kodulehele (www.vanalinnapaevad.ee). Kauplemine toimub Niguliste tänaval, Harju tänaval, Ed.Vilde monumendi esine platsil, Kuninga tänaval.
  2. Kauplemiseks väljastab linnaosa valitsus müügipiletid, mis antakse kauplejatele kätte esimese kauplemispäeva hommikul.
  3. Kauplemise aeg 10.00 – 20.00-ni (võib varem alustada). Hommikuti saab autoga kaupa tuua kuni kella 10.00-ni. Kauba mahalaadime peab toimuma kiiresti ja peale seda tuleb kohe auto teisaldada kauplemisalalt.  Peale kella 10.00 ei tohi auto seista kauplemiskoha juures.Õhtul, peale kauplemisaja lõppu, kauba ja inventari äraveoks saab auto sissesõidu  loa kaubanduse korraldajalt koos müügipiletiga esimese kauplemispäeva hommikul. Kauba ära vedu peab toimuma kiiresti, ei tohi tekitada ummikuid.
  4. Kauba väljapanekul tuleb arvestada kauba ladustamise vajadusega. Soovitame kasutada maani ulatuvaid sobivaid linu/katteid, et kaubavarud ja isiklikud tarbed oleks varjatud. Riietus peab sobima vanalinna eksterjööri.
  5. Kauba valikul on eelistatud käsitöötooted (Eesti ja Tallinnaga seonduvaid suveniirid, nahkehistööd, tarbekunst, keraamika jms).  Võõrriikide riiklikku või militaarset sümboolikat kandvate esemete müük, vaenu õhutava sümboolikaga toodete ja eesti rahvusliku kunstiga seost mitteomava te suveniiride müük (matrjoskad  jms) ei ole lubatud. Kaubanduse korraldaja jätab endale õiguse teha valikuid kauba sortimendi osas, mida lubada, mida mitte (näiteks linaste -ja villaste toodetega kauplejate arv on piiratud).
  6. Kauplemise inventar ja kaup viiakse kaupleja poolt ära igal õhtul. Kauplemiskoht peab peale inventari teisaldamist jääma puhtaks. Samuti peab kaupleja tagama puhtuse kauplemiskoha ümber kogu kauplemise ajal.
  7. Kaupleja peab olema kohal esimesel kauplemispäeval kell 8.00, järgmistel päevadel hiljemalt kell 9.00. Kui kauplejat kohal ei ole, on korraldajal õigus teha muudatusi  kauplemiskohtade paigutamisel.

Taotlusi võetakse vastu alates 1. aprillist kuni 15. maini 2019.

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Müügipileti hind 80 eurot (20 eurot x 4 päeva).

Taotluste vastuvõtt

E 15.00-18.00, N 10.00-12.00, R 9.00-11.00

Info telefonid

Marika Pärn 645 7226
Helve Espe 645 7227

Paberil taotlus

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Kohtumiseni Vanalinna päevadel!

Main organiser

Anne Velt
anne.velt@tallinnlv.ee

Communication

Janne Raavik
janne@vanalinnapaevad.ee

Program

Katrin Valkna
karin@vanalinnapaevad.ee

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