Maikrahv recommends: things to do in July?
Here you’ll find of list of our favourite things to do in Tallinn in July!
- Õllesummer Festival
July 4–6, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds. One of the largest and most legendary annual music events. Line up includes not only the best local musicians but also world-wide performers incl Armin Van Buuren, Pet Shop Boys and Franz Ferdinand.
- Medieval Days
July 5–8. The Medieval Days are one of the most important annual events of the Estonian Folk Art and Craft Union since 2000. During the Medieval Days you are able to feel the atmosphere of the flourishing Hanseatic era. A large medieval market is set up in the Town Hall Square with merchants and workshops. Musicians and dancers from near and far take the stage. A medieval procession opens the event followed by various workshops, excursions and theatre performances. And this is just the time to enjoy Maikrahv’s medieval feasts.
- Tallinn Maritime Days
July 13–15, Tallinn. This is Estonia’s largest sea and family party. Various events take place in different harbours of Tallinn, ashore and on the sea. All events are free of charge.
- Kadriorg 300
Kadriorg Park is one of the most beautiful historic parks in northern Europe and very beloved area in Tallinn’s urban space. 300 years ago, in 1718, the Russian tsar Peter I ordered the construction of a new summer palace near Tallinn. July 22, celebrations of the 300th anniversary of Kadriorg palace and park ensemble take place from noon until 7 p.m. Concerts at the Concert Square, Palace Garden Games – a playful and creative landscape game for children and adults; outdoor cafes with historical menus; the exhibition “Kadriorg 300” at Kadriorg Art Museum. Hint –Arrive with a refurbished old tram no 3!
- Baltic Triennial
For the first time in its history, the Baltic Triennial 13, titled GIVE UP THE GHOST, is organised by all three Baltic States: Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia. The exhibition in Tallinn is open during June 29–September 2 in Tallinn Art Hall.
Enjoy the summer and see you at Maikrahv!
(Photo by Karel Koplimets / Visit Tallinn, video: Visit Tallinn)