Discovering Estonian art with kids

Visiting a museum with kids can be tricky. Children’s attention span is comparable with Dory (the fish!) – they get bored very quickly if all their senses and curiosity will not be tickled. That’s why ‘Birth of a Tradition. Golden Age of Estonian Art from Enn Kunila’s Collection’ is special – it is educative, beautiful and oh-so-colorful, but also fun!

The selection is outstanding featuring the greatest 20th century Estonian artist like Konrad Mägi, Ants Laikmaa and Nikolai Triik. Kids (well actually all visitors) can grab a ‘phone’ that tells stories about the exhibits (and even smaller kids are excited about this interactive part), there’s a special room where kids can draw and last but not least – the staff is super kid-friendly.

Big bow to Enn Kunila and his wife Maris who have put the exhibition together.

The finest Estonian art can be enjoyed until the 12th of August at Tartu Art Museum. Do use this special opportunity!

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