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Museum of Estonian Architecture9
Why locals love it
The Rotermann salt storage – the name of the building says it all, doesn't it? Well, not really. True, in the past this sturdy limestone building, with it's fortress-like appearance, was indeed owned by a guy called Rotermann and he did use it as a salt storage. Today however, it houses the Estonian Museum of Architecture.
Why you should visit it
The museum is located in the Rotermann quarter, a fast developing playground for real estate gurus and aspiring architects. Over the past few years this neighborhood has been transformed from a dilapidated industrial wasteland into a booming place for art and design, which makes a great environment for the Architecture museum.
Tickets €4 and €2 - a bargain for four floors of architecture!