Art, design and aspirational architecture

With its outstanding architecture, the Rotermann Quarter is like a unique open-air museum or art gallery, but for the true lover of art, design and architecture, there is so much more.



Palmigalerii is a true tropical retreat at the very centre of the Rotermann Quarter. This public gallery is filled with lush plants rescued from the Viimsi Winter Garden and given a new lease of life, complemented by rotating photographic exhibitions and special shows. The gallery also has comfortable seating, making it the perfect place to enjoy art or escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

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PoCo is a pop art museum in the heart of the Rotermann Quarter. Iconic artists such as Warhol, Banksy, Koons, Haring, Basquiat, Kusama, Newton and many others are all represented here. As pop art is a symbiosis of irony, social critique and a never-ending mind game, the PoCo gallery features pop art classics as well as surprising us constantly with something new.

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Gallery Cafe

Gallery Cafe is a café with a sophisticated concept that combines art and gastronomy. It’s a place to come for breakfast, to enjoy lunch or to spend an evening discussing art. The walls of the café are covered with pieces of modern art, creating a pleasant atmosphere in which to enjoy a delicious meal. In addition, the café features shelves full of fascinating books to browse over coffee and cake.

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Museum of Estonian Architecture

The Museum of Estonian Architecture was founded on 1 January 1991 to document, preserve and raise awareness of the history and development of Estonian architecture. Today, the museum houses a permanent collection of models, providing a cross-section of Estonian 20th century architecture. The museum itself is located in the Rotermann Salt Warehouse, which is over a hundred years old and one of the most outstanding examples of industrial architecture in Tallinn. The museum aims to operate on a large scale and offer something of interest to specialists, tourists and schoolchildren alike. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the museum hosts many temporary exhibitions.

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