Kuma is an art museum in Tallinn, Estonia. The museum was established in a purpose-built building in 2006, the modern building was designed by Pekka Vapaavuori. It is one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe, its collection focuses on Estonian art from the 18th century onwards. The museum displays temporary exhibitions of foreign art. It is the place to visit in Estonia for art lovers.
The museum is situated to the east of the city centre. You can get there by taking the 1 or 3 trams to ‘Kadriorg’ which is a short walk away. The 39 bus travels from the city centre and stops directly outside the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days a week, 10am-6pm except for Thursdays when it closes later at 8 pm. Mondays are a weekly day of closure.