The Gallery has seven floors, including two floors underground. The modern facilities include exhibition hall, a library, education center and art studio, as well as a multi-functional video hall. It is an ideal place for holding art activities, film weeks and conferences, concerts, dances and theatrical performances. The exhibition hall can accommodate 400 visitors at the same time. During the first year of its opening, there were 1500 visitors a day, including long-term museum art exhibition areas and temporary special exhibitions. The collection covered works from the eighteenth century to the present, including works of social realism in the former Soviet Union (what Estonians call the "occupation period" and works of modern art that broke through the tradition. The occasional exhibitions are international, as well as local modern and contemporary art in Estonia.
KUMU Museum is Estonia's pride. It has been built after many years. To thank Finland for its help, the Finnish flag has been raised. The museum is next to the Rio Park in Cartier and has a beautiful environment. The bottom floor is a restaurant, the first floor is a shop, there are many small souvenirs to buy. Look at the origin, but also a few made in China. I like to buy colored pens. They have strong wood texture. They are three euros and one box. They are very good small gifts. Coats and babies must be placed in the storage area, tickets can be purchased with red stickers to visit. The elevator is very large and can be used by hundreds of people at the same time. There are ancient, modern, Soviet, modern, Transcendentalism and other different exhibition areas. Walk slowly, look slowly, the commentator is very gentle, not impatient to take us slowly, the explanation is very careful, even in different periods of painting school color use is very clear, praise a. Worthy place to go. That is downstairs restaurant, too many people, if there is a small supermarket to buy a simple meal hamburger and so on, it would be better.
It's definitely Estonia's most conscientious museum. Five floors are full of exhibits. Estonian artists are much more numerous than their neighbours Finland, although they are mostly German-Russian. From classical portraits to Impressionist painters to Soviet times to modern art, there are all. There is no Museum of art in Finland comparable to it. Estonia is a real cow.
The advantage of being in Estonia is that it combines modern simplicity with Russian romance.
The largest art museum in the Baltic region is one of the four branches of the Estonian Museum of Art. The Museum has regular and temporary exhibitions, where you can see 18th century Estonian works of art, as well as works of the Soviet Union, and sometimes there are exhibitions of foreign and Estonian modern works of art.