NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD ARCHIVESThe National Heritage Board archives contain documents related to the protection, studies, conservation, restoration and reconstruction of cultural monuments, including historical statements, research papers, special conditions, working drawings, location plans, etc.
The archives comprise two funds: the National Heritage Board fund and the fund of RAS Eesti Ehitusmälestised (Estonian construction monuments fund). The latter includes besides the materials of RAS Eesti Ehitusmälestised also documents from the times of the Scientific Restoration Workshop (TRT), Restoration Administration of the Republic (VRV) and the National Institute of Planning Cultural Monuments (KRPI).
In addition, our archives contain a large collection of photos and negatives.
We are open for everyone for in-house work with archived documents.Wireless Internet can be used in the archives.
WHERE TO GET ADDITIONAL MATERIALS?
If the archives of project documents do not contain material on the cultural monument that interests you, please contact us by monument type:
- historical monuments (incl. cemeteries) email@example.com
- archaeological monuments firstname.lastname@example.org
- artistic monuments email@example.com
Cultural Heritage Board
Address: Raekoja plats 12.
Open: Mon 15-18, Thu 9-12
Phone: +372 645 7182
Tartu City Governement
Address: Küüni 5, 3rd floor, room 320.
|Office hours: Mon 15 - 18, Wed 8 -10
Phone +372 736 1326
Phone: +372 472 5327 ; +372 511 4542
Office hours: Mon 9 - 12
COOPERATION WITH THE NATIONAL ARCHIVESCurrently,
in cooperation with the National Archives, information on documents contained
in our archives (fund of RAS Eesti Ehitusmälestised (ERA.T-76.1.) and National
Heritage Board fund (ERA.5025.2.)) is being entered in the AIS (www.ais.ra.ee) database. In order to
facilitate search in the AIS (the information system of the archives), enter
the registry number (in the form 'reg no. ...’) or location of the object
(municipality and name of the object). E.g.
Aruküla manor: reg no. 15000, Koeru, Aruküla manor.
VISIT US!2nd Pikk Street, Tallinn, ESTONIA
Open hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 9.00 - 13.00;
Tue, Thu 13.00 - 18.00
The archives are closed on the last Friday of each month.
Phone +372 640 3020
on a black-and-white copying machine:
A4 3 kroons (0,19 eur)
A3 5 kroons (0,32 eur)
Black-and-white print-out from a computer:
A4 2 kroons (0,13 eur)
A 50% usage right discount applies to students of the Department of
Cultural Heritage and Conservation of the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA).
Employees and administration contract partners of the National Heritage Board
get free service.