Skip to content

Best parks in Tallinn

Park
“Beautiful park and palace, established in early 18th century on the orders of the Russian Tsar Peter I. With the swan pond, a stream, a rose garden, a japanese garden, two art museums and view to the sea, Kadrioru Park is a favourite getaway place for locals and visitors. ”
93 locals recommend
Park
“The closest park. Itś close to harbour area and not far from the maritime museum. ”
19 locals recommend
Park
“One of the most gorgeous parks in Old Town with a view to Toompea. The pond used to be the castle moat! There is a nearby dog park and plenty of food options nearby.”
15 locals recommend
Park
“It's part of Estonian history as the famous public meetings, where Estonian gain the aspiration aspiring to gain freedom from the Soviet Union. Thus changing the history of the nation and this is the place where the so‑called Singing Revolution in the late 1980s was held.”
14 locals recommend
Botanical Garden
“Tallinn Botanic Garden With over 4,500 plant species and 123 hectares of space, the garden is a great destination for both botany study and relaxation.”
9 locals recommend
General Entertainment
“The place where Song Festivals and large rock/pop concerts are usually held!”
14 locals recommend
Park
“Old working class area with wooden architecture. These days popular area with locals with many eating places, cultural events and design shops in Telliskivi area. This is area were locals hang out on summer evenings.”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Police Garden Park in front of the Hilton Hotel is a nice place to hang in the summers and enjoy the fountains, do the workout or just let the kids run around.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Towers' Squaregets its name from the Town Wall towers that border one of its sides, and the fact that a number of the church spires can be seen from here. In 1931-33 the square was turned into communal park. The area was refurbished in 1990 and a circular plaza was added in 2009. Now the square boasts playgrounds for children and fitness areas. With nearly 2km of its original city wall still standing, Tallinn boasts one of Europe’s best preserved Medieval fortifications. In fact, a large part of what gives Old Town its fairytale charm is the system of walls and and towers that surrounds it.”
8 locals recommend
Park
“Several hiking trails starting from Hiiu forest are only a 30-minute drive away from the city centre. The easier 2 km trail and another 4 km trail take the strollers away from the city noise to enjoy nature. There is a boardwalk that runs to the observation tower, where visitors can admire the beautiful bog landscape, have a picnic or simply enjoy the weather. The hiking trails are equipped with information boards that introduce various species of flora. ”
7 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Park
“New park for walking, jogging, rollerskating or enjoy playgrounds for kids. ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“A Japanese garden relies on the philosophy of the circle of life and also on the expressiveness of nature. The north-east pond of Kadriorg and its buried limestone slope, boulders, large trees, pond and waterfall were a brilliant source of inspiration.”
4 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Park
4 locals recommend
Park
“When finally snow has melted, treetop adventures are waiting for you! Nõmme, Pirita and Stroomi adventure Perks with up to 12 metre high treetop trails welcome families adventurous minds. There are also kid parks for the little ones (starting from the age 2 years old) and picninc areas for relaxing afterwards. Pirita Adventure Park is just next to Pirita beach. You can find 10 treetop trails (including kids trails). Crab an icecream and head to the beach afterwards or find a picnic or lunch place around.”
2 locals recommend