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Quiz: How well do you know European national and symbolic animals?

Quiz: How well do you know European national and symbolic animals?

Welcome to the European national and symbolic animal quiz!  Tartu Nature House invites all Estonian school pupils to participate in a quiz on knowing the national and symbolic animals of European countries. Europe is a continent composed of several different countries, each with its own language and culture, so there is no singular national animal. […]
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Matsalu Nature Film Festival in Tartu 22.-24.09.2021

Matsalu Nature Film Festival in Tartu 22.-24.09.2021

Matsalu Nature Film festival is organised already for the 19th time and Tartu Nature House is happy to announce that a selection of the best nature movies will be shown in Tartu also from 22.-24.09.2021. The purpose of the festival is to introduce and recognise new nature films and their creators. Also to increase interest in […]
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Please be aware of the COVID-19 protective measures applied

Please be aware of the COVID-19 protective measures applied

From 26.08 some COVID-19 protective measures will be applied (from the age of 18). For you to visit Tartu Nature House you must provide one of the following: Immunization certificate (only when fully vaccinated) with identity document; Certificate of recovery from COVID-19; Negative PCR test not older than 72 hours; Rapid antigen tests performed by […]
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Fun outdoor games to play with friends and family

Fun outdoor games to play with friends and family

New and exciting outdoor games suitable for both children and adults, for picnics and small outdoor workouts.
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5+ reasons to visit Tartu Nature House this summer!

5+ reasons to visit Tartu Nature House this summer!

Tartu Nature House is a happy secret world for children, animals and plants, hidden between the roads and buildings of the city center.
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Summer 2021 exhibition “Me, superorganism” is now open!

Summer 2021 exhibition “Me, superorganism” is now open!

The aim of the exhibition is to introduce visitors to the benefits of bacteria. Specifically, how our body's microbial communities affect our health and well-being, and what we can do to keep our microbiome balanced and healthy. This exhibition is translated in both Russian and English.
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Gift your loved ones with a memorable and green experiences in Tartu Nature House

Gift your loved ones with a memorable and green experiences in Tartu Nature House

New Tartu Nature House gift cards with a valuse best suited for you. Gift your loved ones with memorable and green experiences in Tartu Nature House – family visit and excursion in the winter garden and animal room, children’s birthday party with a workshop or a nice gift from our shopping corner! A gift card […]
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Virtual event studio at Tartu Nature House. Stay connected with your audience!

Virtual event studio at Tartu Nature House. Stay connected with your audience!

Time is difficult, challenging and requires smart technical solutions. Therefore, in addition to cozy seminar rooms, Tartu Nature House also helps you to organise a virtual training or conference.  Due to current Covid restrictions, it is not possible to organize face-to-face trainings, conferences or seminars. Only individual activities and virtual meetings are allowed. Tartu Nature […]
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Tartu Nature house is closed for the time being

Tartu Nature house is closed for the time being

Dear visitors! Tartu Nature house is closed for the time being. We will keep you updated with changes through our website and social media posts. At the moment the only service we are able to provide is renting room and equipment for your virtual event. More information   You are still able to call us […]
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This years “Tartu youth worker of the year” title was awarded to Nature House’s study coordinator Pille-Riin Pärnsalu

This years “Tartu youth worker of the year” title was awarded to Nature House’s study coordinator Pille-Riin Pärnsalu

On the 3rd of december, the city of Tartu recognized the best youth workers of 2020 in Tartu at the youth work recognition event held in the ruins of the Cathedral of the University of Tartu Museum. We are very pleased to announce that one of the four acclaimed is Pille-Riin Pärnsalu, study coordinator of  […]
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