Saaremaa Muuseum


Kuressaare castle

avatud kuni 18.00

Aavik’s museum

Open by appointment

Mihkli farm

Open by appointment

Museum office

Mo-Fr 09.00-17.00

Lossihoov 1
93810 Kuressaare

Wed-Sun 11.00 – 18.00
entrance until 17.30

Lossihoov 1/1
Kuressaare 93810

Winter season upon notice

Summer: Fri-Sat 12.00−17.00

Vallimaa 7,
93812 Kuressaare, Estonia

Before 16. May

by prior arrangement

Viki village,
93401 Saaremaa

Visitors info

Information about opening hours, tickets and accessibility in the Kuressaare fortress.

Opening hours

  • Wed-Sun 11.00 – 18.00
    entrance until 17.30


Adults12,00 €
Concession *8,50 €
Family ticket **28,00€
(Castle, Mihkli Farm, Aavik’s House Museum)
16,00 €

* On presenting the appropriate certificate: senior citizens, students, schoolchildren, ISIC, ITIC and IYTC card holders
** Up to 2 adults and their children

Group ticket (from 10 persons)

Adults10,00 €
Concession *8,00 €

Exhibition ticket

Adults8,50 €
concession*6,50 €


Lossihoov 1/1
Kuressaare 93810


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While walking around the medieval fortress of Kuressaare, pay attention to the steep stairs and in some places low doorways and high thresholds!


It is possible to access the renovated basement floor of the fortress with a wheelchair, where temporary exhibition halls and a museum shop are located. An elevator has been installed in the castle to access the higher floors, but the renovation work there has not yet reached the point where it can accommodate visitors with wheelchairs.

Car with disabled tag

It is also possible to park a car with a disabled tag in the castle yard, for this please call in advance on the phone +372 455 4463


Due to the architectural features of the building, it is not possible to move around the castle with a baby carriage. The stroller can be left in the courtyard of the castle.


It is possible to park for free at the parking lots along Lossi, Pargi and Allee streets. The nearest parking lots are located on Staadioni street near the Kuressaare stadium and next to Hotel Meri at the intersection of Pargi and Abaja streets.