Set in a very unusual building with a concave front that leads through to the rest of the building underground, the Kunstimuuseum seems a very approrpiate place to display a vast array of modern art. The largest museum of its kind in the region and one of the largest in Northern Europe, it's worth seeing whether you're an avid art aficionado or just feel like taking in some culture.
The building that houses the collection was only completed in 2006 as the exhibits have been moved around between various sites around the city since 1919. The vast majority of the works are by Estonian artists and are split into a number of sections based on their age. In addition to these, however, the museum does frequently host temporary exhibitions of ultra modern pieces from the last decade of the 20th century onwards which can often include some very unusual and powerful artworks.
January 1st to March 31st
October 1st to December 31st
April 1st to September 30th
All exhibitions in Kumu (The Great Hall, 3rd, 4th and 5th floor)
Exhibitions of contemporary art (5th floor)
A. Weizenbergi 34