Katarina Käik (St. Catherine’s Passage) is probably one of the most visited locations in the city (right after Town Hall Square). It’s curious that most tourists just pass by – without trying to enter the houses. At the same time one of them – House of Mauritius, considered the oldest building in Tallinn, hosts one of the weirdest museums I have ever seen – The Estonian Art Doll house.
It’s pretty small yet always offers quite an interesting exhibition of dolls made by world-famous doll makers. You can say you are not up to watching dolls – that’s a girl’s business after all. So would I. But the dolls you can see here are completely different and each one has a story. All in all when walking in Old Town I suggest you make a short stop and visit this location – it’s definitely worth seeing.
Last but not least: The Art Doll House often organizes various events or festivals – just check out their Facebook page to follow what is coming next.