Accessibility

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For Foreign Visitors

The permanent exhibition "The Story of Estonian Sport", interactive exhibition "Arena of Martial Arts" and the historical cellar exhibition "Tartu in Flames!" are available in Estonian and English. 


The audio guide is available in Estonian, English, Russian, Latvian, and Ukrainian. 

The Estonian audio guide is narrated by Estonia's Best Male Athlete of 2021, Rasmus Mägi, the English version by basketball player Howard Frier, the Russian version by Olympic champion Julia Beljajeva, the Latvian version by Latvia's best heptathlete Laura Ikauniece, and the Ukrainian version by Ukrainian basketball team member Andrii Voinalovych. 

The museum staff speaks both Estonian and English.


Physical Accessibility

The Estonian Sports and Olympic Museum is located in the center of Tartu, at the address Rüütli 15. You can reach the museum on foot, by bicycle or scooter, by public transport, or by car.

Check the guide on how to arrive using different modes of transportation HERE.


For Families with Toddlers

The Sports Museum offers activities for children of all ages, and the museum environment is family-friendly, especially for families with toddlers. On the first floor, there is a playroom for toddlers where the little ones can become familiar with different balls. Adjacent to the playroom is a parent and child room designed to provide a comfortable space for parents and their child while being away from home. The parent and child room includes a changing table, a sink, a toilet, and a comfortable chair for feeding the child. The room is available for FREE use.

You can navigate the museum's exhibition area with a baby stroller, and there is an elevator available for moving between floors. You can also store the stroller in an unattended cloakroom on the first floor.


For Visitors with Special Needs

Ticket Information 

  • Concession (8 €):
    • Disabled 16-year-olds or older and their attendant
  • Free entry:
    • Disabled persons until the age of 16 and their attendant
    • Severely disabled 16-year-olds and older and their attendant

Explore all ticket information here.

There is an accessible toilet on the museum's first floor.


 - Accessibility for Mobility Impairments

You can access the sports museum with a wheelchair through the courtyard along a ramp, which is located on the Magasini Street side. There is an elevator available for moving between the three floors of the building, and the exhibition is wheelchair-accessible. Additionally, many of the interactive screens and attractions in the exhibitions are at a lower height, easily accessible to wheelchair users.

 - Accessibility for Visual Impairments

Guide dogs are allowed in the museum.

Audio Guides

You can listen to the permanent exhibition of the sports museum through the Digital Companion web application on your smartphone, or you can borrow suitable devices from the museum's information desk if needed. The use of the Digital Companion and, if desired, the rental of devices (phone, headphones) are FREE for museum visitors.

The Estonian audio guide is narrated by Estonia's 2021 Male Athlete of the Year, Rasmus Mägi, the English version by basketball player Howard Frier, the Russian version by Olympic champion Julia Beljajeva, the Latvian version by Latvia's best heptathlete Laura Ikauniece, and the Ukrainian version by Ukrainian basketball player Andrii Voinalovych.


 - Accessibility for Hearing Impairments

Signs inside the museum help you navigate through the building. A continuous yellow line on the floor guides you through the exhibition from start to finish. You can read about the exhibits and attractions from the signs located next to them and from the texts on the walls.

The audio stories of the Digital Companion (additional narratives for the sports museum's permanent exhibition) are textually available in the web application.

Attractions

There are more than 10 interactive attractions in our museum that you just have to try at least once in your life! Check out what fun hands-on activities await you with us! 
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Exhibitions

Sports and Olympic Museum exhibitions include a permanent exhibition with attractions, fun hands-on exhibition about extreme sports and Estonian Hall of Fame.
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Hall of Fame

The most spectacular part of our museum where we honour the greatest athletes and sports influencers of Estonian sports. 
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Organize an event

Estonian Sports and Olympic Museum is an ideal place for seminars, fun company events, conferences or for celebrating your birthday! 
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