Tour of MUBA, Tallinn’s Music and Ballet School

Tour of MUBA, Tallinn's Music and Ballet School

Tour of MUBA, Tallinn’s Music and Ballet School (Pärnu mnt 59)

MUBA will offer 2 tours (one in English, one in Estonian) (each tour 25 people max) of its new school, including behind-the-scenes of the black box, music rooms, and dance rooms. Participants will take the tram 2/4 from Hobujaama (400m from Radisson) to the Vineeri stop and walk 100 m to MUBA. They will tour the facilities from 10:30-12:00. Cost will be based on the number of participants. (Cost for 2 tours is €100, the cost will be split among participants)

Kind regards,

Tracy Anne Wenzinger

Tallinn International Rotary Club

Club President

ELLAMAA POWER STATION building and Motor Sport Museum

The power station is located in West Estonia, Turba and was built 100 years ago based on a design by the architect Vladovski.

The construction work started at the end of September 1922, and after a couple of months later, the station was already producing energy for starting the machinery of the peat industry. The boilers of the station were heated with local fuel peat. In the post-war period (1944-1950), the Ellamaa power station had an important role in providing Estonia with electricity. 

The station terminated its activities on 1 May 1966.
Ellamaa power station has been declared an architectural monument with a regulation of the Minister of Culture and belongs to the National Register of Cultural Monuments.

Now you can find the Motor Sport Museum MOMU in the former power station building.

It has taken up the rooms of the once-great Ellamaa power plant, and MTÜ Eesti Mootorispordi Ajalugu (NGO Estonian Motor Sport History) has been developing the museum there since 2007.
This building is one of Estonia’s best examples of Jugend-style industrial heritage. The museum has a remarkable collection of vintage cars and motorcycles. This is a private museum owned by Mr Arno Sillat, who will host Rotary Delegation personally.

Last but not least, you will visit the Atla distillery on the outskirts of Tallinn.

There they produce perfection matured in oak barrels as they introduce themselves.
During the visit, you will taste some local brews and learn much more about the art of distilling. A light lunch will be served in the distillery, as well.

Start from Tallinn 9.30
Tour guide in the bus by Daisy Järva*
10.30 tour in MOMU
13.00 tour in Atla
13.30 degustations of beverages and lunch
Back in Tallinn 16.30

*Estonian Tourism and Travel Companies Union (ETFL) Lifetime Achievement Award for promoting long-term tourism entrepreneurship and cooperation between tourism companies.

Only tours and transfers are 45 EUR
Tours+transfers+degustations+lunch 105 EUR

Please send the order for the tour to the travel agency Fiesta Reisid. fiesta@fiestareisid.ee