Visitor information


Opening hours


From November 01, 2022 until at least April 30, 2023, the Museum is open only on Fridays and Saturdays 1PM – 7PM (13.00 – 19.00) + we are closed on national holidays.

If you are short on time in Tallinn and only have the opportunity to visit earlier or later than our opening hours, please contact us and we will try to find a good option for you.




NB! Payment in cash or by online bank transfer only.

Adult 8 €

Discsount 5 €

(pupils, students and seniors with a valid document)

(TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE) Guided tour   ticket price + group payment starting from 25 €

(guided tours available upon request and with prior registration, call +372 55 698 318 or send a request to

Play old computer games    +1 € to ticket price


Free admission


  • Children under age of 7 (NB – Museum staff may ask for a valid document)
  • Proffessors and chaperones accompanying the groups
  • Journalists – free entry is only granted if a press visit application has been received and the visit has been approved by the Computer Museum. Press ID, business cards or other media passes will not grant free entrance to the museum.

Guided tours are currently unavailable (Nov 01, 2022 – Apr 30, 2023). Please contact us if you wish to book one after these dates.

Our engaging, hour-long tours are led by Museum founders only and offer extraordinary opportunity for your group to make the most of their encounters with old computer technology.

Visiting rules

What is allowed to do:

Taking photos and filming – except for professional photoshooting or filming, which is not free and must be approved by the Museum staff.

Asking questions – we are a private Museum and love our tech and it’s history, feel free to ask anything!

And please be polite to other guests and staff – let’s make the visit comfortable for everyone, including computers 🙂

What visitors may not do:

Bring food and/or drinks

Smoking (incl. e-cigarettes)

Touch, handle or use the exhibits without asking Museum staff’s permission

Answer the phone or talk loudly during a guided tour

The Museum reserves the right to evict any visitor exhibiting unruly behavior