Art above, under &
beyond the ground
Why locals love it
This giant museum resembles a supervillain's lair. If there's ever a nuclear apocalypse we know where we're heading! Simply exploring the building is an experience in itself. Inside you'll find galleries – lots of them.
Why you should visit it
While it's mainly Estonian works of art on display, the KUMU programme also regularly features events of a more international variety as well as fascinating workshops and lectures. The museum also hosts the annual “KUMU ÖÖ” – a mini festival of sorts where the building stays open all night as guests inside dance until sunrise.
Kumu is open until 8 pm on Thursdays – two hours longer than usual.