Hours

Kai Art Center is open Wednesdays to Sundays from 12pm to 7pm.

 

 

We kindly ask all Kai Art Center’s visitors over the age of 18 to present a COVID-19 certificate (proof of vaccination, of having recovered from COVID-19 in the past 180 days, or proof of a recent negative test) and your ID. There is no rapid testing on-site. The certificate can be presented on your smart phone or as a print-out.

Admission

Exhibition tickets

Exhibition ticket 8€

 

Discounted admission for all every Wednesday.

 

Discounted ticket 5€ (valid for students, seniors, visitors with disabilities, and military service members (ID required))

 

Family ticket 20€ (valid for up to two adults with children 18 and under (preschoolers have a free admission))

 

Tallinn Card gives you free admission to Kai Art Center’s exhibitions.

Kai Art Center’s Annual Pass 25€

Kai Art Center’s annual pass gives you unlimited admission to all exhibitions and public programs for the next twelve months after the purchase. Kai is environmentally friendly, which means that the Kai Annual Pass is an e-ticket and you can therefore enter Kai with your ID card or with other photo identification. Treat yourself or a friend to a year full of art!

Getting here

Kai Art Center is located at Port Noblessner in Tallinn, close to Kalamaja Park.
You can easily walk here from the city center or use bike lanes along the waterfront.

 

Port Noblessner can be reached by bus no. 73 from the city center (stop Noblessneri) and bus no. 3 (stop Kungla).

Parking

There is a Europark parking lot (paid parking) next to the building, 2. zone (EP143). Find more information about parking on Europark´s website or contact their free customer support service at +372 661 0223.

 

Kai is fully wheelchair accessible.